Dear Welder Series…
I am interested in your anti roll/sway bar kit you have, I am wondering if it is good for the street or only for racing. I have seen other companies say for racing only, so I am just curious.
Bill, our sway bar, and all Welder Series parts, are designed for street rod/hot rod applications. We have this bar on our ’32 Ford coupe. The sway bar is probably lighter than most racers would want.Thanks for asking.
I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW DOES ONE INSTALL A FRONT PANHARD BAR ON A CAR WITH A DRILLED FRONT AXLE LIKE THE ONE ON MY 30 COUPE . THE PANHARD GOES FROM THE FRAME TO THE AXLE CORRECT OR AM I OVER LOOKING SOMETHING IN THE INSTALLMENT . I WAS THING I COULD MACHINE A PLUG FOR ONE OF THE HOLE’S IN THE AXLE TO MOUNT THE PANARD BAR . BUT I’M REALLY NOT SURE IF THAT IS THE THING TO DO . CAN YOU TELL ME THE CORRECT WAY TO INSTALL IT . THANK YOU RON
Ron, our front Panhard goes from the driver’s side frame rail to the passenger side batwing. Here is the store info: http://22.214.171.124/online-store/panhard-kit-front/ . The long tabs weld under the frame rail and the small tabs weld to the batwing. If you are using a split wishbone, order the kit with the longest bar and cut it to length and tap the bar. Weld the small tabs to the wishbone.
I HAVE STAINLESS STEEL POLISHED WISHBONE’S ON MY CAR. What would be plan B ?