Here is the bench mockup of my Griggs severe duty adjustable panhard bar.
For those that don't know what a panhard does, it controlls the side to
side movement of the rear axle--completely controls.
This is what the bracket on the driver side looks like. Up is towards the front of the car in this picture.
Here we have the incorrect way to mount the passenger side piece. Luckily,
it looked wrong, and so I talked to some people, and verified it was wrong.
Fortunately, it was just tacked up, and so I cut it off, and switched it around
so that it is correct. When I got the kit from Griggs, it was missing the
instructions. John Griggs assured me it would be in all kits going forward.
Here, of course, is the correct way to go about installing the passenger
The welds looking in at the driver's side wheelwell.
A simple picture showing the clearance underneath... it gets tight under
there. This is still a mockup, as the bolts for the piece that runs to
the pumpkin are not in yet. It was still very close to my swaybar though,
and I will probably end up redrilling the mounts for the swaybar, to
get it out of the way of the panhard.
The last picture on the page shows the finished install from the rear
of the car. It's a shame it can't be seen going down the road...
such a nice looking bar :)