On my Sprite page http://students.washington.edu/~ulix/Autos.html
I have couple of close-up pictures of the Mini Mania shorty bar on my car.
It is not visible at all. (so the pictures are empty?....)
On Wed, 17 Feb 1999, Rick Williams wrote:
> It attaches to the body right in front of the gas tank. The bracket is
> L-shaped so it mounts to the side of gas tank on the drivers side also. Some
> do need to be drilled through the trunk floor (5 or 6). As for attaching to
> axle; a bracket attaches to the u-bolts that hold the axle to the spring.
> The bar is barley visible below the gas tank on my car which is lowered
> inch and a half in the rear. The bracket that is bolted to the car is slightly
> visible next to the exhaust pipe .
> Herbert Goede wrote:
> > Rick
> > How, and where, does your Panhard Rod attach to the body? To the axle
> > How visible is it?
> > Herb
> > Rick Williams wrote:
> > > Dave,
> > > I have the Winners Circle bar on my Sprite and it works great. No need to
> > > disable the handbrake with the Winners Circle unit. Totally eliminated
> > > tire rubbing that I had before. Really easy to install as well. I think
> > > Speedwell offers one too.
> > > Rick Williams
> > >
> > > Dave wrote:
> > >
> > > > Hi List,
> > > > I'm looking for opinions/ experience with various suppliers
> > > > panhard bars. Currently I'm only aware of the ones Mini Mania and
> > > > Circle
> > > > offer. Are there others ? (1/2 elliptic rear)
> > > > Ulix has warned me to ask about weather or not I'd have to disable the
> > > > brake
> > > > for it to fit. Anything else ?
> > > >
> > > > thanks a lot !
> > > > dave
> > > > '67 Midget
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'67 Sprite '74 X1/9