A Panhard rod is a suspension link that both locates the rear axle housing laterally and controls side-to-side movement. Factory S197 Mustang Panhard rods are made from weak U-shaped stamped steel with soft rubber bushings that allow excessive deflection under load. BMR Suspension's PHR006 Panhard rod is made 1.25-inch, 0.120-inch wall DOM tubing with TIG-welded chrome-moly tube adapters. The PHR006 features BMR's CNC-machined center adjuster, which is made from 4130 chrome-moly with rolled threads. The PHR006 features greasable, 95-durometer bushings, which add a solid, more responsive feel over the stock rubber bushings. BMR's bushings are internally fluted, which allows grease to evenly coat the inner sleeve, keeping grease in the bushing under high compression loads. These flutes also direct grease to the outer edge of the bushing, keeping the thrust surface lubricated. This efficient lubrication ensures quiet, reliable operation over the life of the bushings. BMR Suspension designed the PHR006 to work well for street performance, drag race, and road race applications. The heavy-duty construction eliminates the deflection seen in stamped-steel Panhard rods. Other Panhard rods on the market include rubber bushings that will deflect under heavy loads. The 95-durometer polyurethane bushings of the PHR006 reduce bushing deflection, giving you much-improved, repeatable handling characteristics on the street, starting line, or in aggressive corners. The on-car adjustable design makes the PHR006 great lowered Mustangs. This gives you all the strength and adjustability you need for great handling without huge increases in NVH. When performance is a must, rely on BMR Suspension!
|Coated Finish||Red Powdercoat|
|Title||BMR Suspension PHR006R - Panhard Rod, DOM, On-car Adjustable, Polyurethane Bushings - 2005-2014 Ford Mustang|
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Whether you are interested in street performance, hardcore drag racing, or handling applications, BMR Suspension has the products that you need. Proudly made in the U.S.A. in a manufacturing facility near Tampa, Florida, American workers cut, bend, notch, drill, and mill components from American-made DOM and chrome-moly steel. Then, every product is fixture-welded to maintain consistent quality. Workers bead-blast parts and then powdercoat them using BMR's in-house powdercoating line. Finished parts are then assembled and packaged in the assembly department. By manufacturing every product in house, BMR can control the quality at every stage of the manufacturing process.
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