I ended up returning my Winner's Circle kit ('66 car, semi-elliptic) for
the reason you describe. I ended up making my own - saved quite a few
bucks in the process.
|From: Geoff Branch [mailto:email@example.com]
|Sent: Monday, June 03, 2002 3:24 PM
|To: Gerard; ALEX VOLK; firstname.lastname@example.org
|Subject: Re: panhard rod
|And think hard about where your exhaust is going to run! I
|put a Winners'
|Circle unit on my '74. Was able to squeek the exhaust in, but
|only by cutting
|the huge bracket on the drivers side. Later on I replaced the
|springs. Now the
|exhaust has to go UNDER everything and looks like poop. By
|the way, springs and
|bushings did way more than the panhard rod, IMHO.
|'74 Meejit "Yellow Peril"
|'72 Innocenti 1300 Mini
|----- Original Message ----- > >I was wondering if anyone out
|there had any
|information on a panhard rod for
|> >an early midget with 1/4 eliptic springs.
|> >I would like to fabricate (or buy) one but I need to know
|where & how they
|> >on. I know some chevys have them & they bolt to the diff cover.
|> >Any help will be MORE than appreciated
|> >'61 midget
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