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Old 02-28-2012, 11:24 PM   #1
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Any idea when you guys will have these back in stock?!
Sorry for the delay in getting to your question, lots of training this week put me a couple days behind. I checked and both the aluminum and steel J&M panhard bars are out of stock. lol. Sorry about that. Which one specifically were you interested in? Feel free to shoot me a PM and let me know!

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Sorry for the delay in getting to your question, lots of training this week put me a couple days behind. I checked and both the aluminum and steel J&M panhard bars are out of stock. lol. Sorry about that. Which one specifically were you interested in? Feel free to shoot me a PM and let me know!

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No worries, man. I see they're back in stock now. Tell me something about the two though. What should be the determining factor when making a choice between the two? Steel vs aluminum-just weight difference? And the steel one looks to be a little easier to install given the placement of the threads. My car is just a street car. Any info would be appreciated!
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You're exactly correct. The aluminum will be lighter but will likely flex a tad bit more. The high-strength steel is definitely for a high HP, drag car. On the street, you should be just fine with the aluminum and its two threaded ends make it a simple install. The fact that it's cheaper than the steel, also makes it a better buy in my opinion. I'd go with the aluminum.

Hope this helps, Let me know if you have any other questions. Have a good one!
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You're exactly correct. The aluminum will be lighter but will likely flex a tad bit more. The high-strength steel is definitely for a high HP, drag car. On the street, you should be just fine with the aluminum and its two threaded ends make it a simple install. The fact that it's cheaper than the steel, also makes it a better buy in my opinion. I'd go with the aluminum.

Hope this helps, Let me know if you have any other questions. Have a good one!
Cool deal. Plan on ordering when I get off tomorrow. Not really concerned about the $5 difference in price. Do the greasable bushing on the steel bar add any benefit? I noticed the aluminum one does not have this feature. Is that something that will make a difference? Thanks again!
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