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http://www.streetortrack.com/Fays2-Vinta...24433.html
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Tnfastbk;79077 Wrote:Opinions

http://www.streetortrack.com/Fays2-Vinta...24433.html

Agreed, I'm still kinda unclear what a watts link does. Reduce lateral movement of the axle?

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eliminates lateral movement of the rear axle.

Been think about one of these for a long time. Ford used a watts link on the crown vic for the last body style, though it was not as beefy as this one.

I believe it makes it hard to run a dual exhaust and that it can be a bit noisy on the street.

If I was running a road course, I would have one on my car. I might still at some point, but so far the exhaust interference has kept me from trying it out.

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It does work but it is an expensive and complicated solution that has drawbacks as mentioned above. I wouldn't use it on a real street car, the noise alone would make me crazy. Consider an adjustable panhard bar with the additional brace and lower control arm relocation brackets (about $400.00 for all 3). http://www.americanmuscle.com/mustang-panhard-bars.html
Chuck
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c9zx;79143 Wrote:It does work but it is an expensive and complicated solution that has drawbacks as mentioned above. I wouldn't use it on a real street car, the noise alone would make me crazy. Consider an adjustable panhard bar with the additional brace and lower control arm relocation brackets (about $400.00 for all 3). http://www.americanmuscle.com/mustang-panhard-bars.html
Chuck

I'm not buying one just thought it was interesting. I will stick with my Cal-traks
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Sorry, I thought you were looking for parts for the new GT. Chuck
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c9zx;79219 Wrote:Sorry, I thought you were looking for parts for the new GT. Chuck

nope and actually these are for our model of cars
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They make the part for a variety of years and makes. http://fays2.net/
I've seen them work well on the road course on old and new Mustangs. Chuck
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c9zx;79246 Wrote:They make the part for a variety of years and makes. http://fays2.net/
I've seen them work well on the road course on old and new Mustangs. Chuck

I think my new one sits way to low for something like that. No I know it doesBig Grin
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Too many moving parts for my simple mind. Huh Then again maybe it's the meds! Tongue

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