Afternoon, my Stylus' panhard rod chassis bracket hits the ground occasionally & it doesn't look like the sort of thing JP would design,
so I'm wondering if it's a later addition. Could someone post a photo of the chassis end of the panhard rod please? Mine needs
re-engineering & an idea of what JP had in mind would be good.
In your archive there is a picture showing a diff with driveshafts,so do you mean panhard rod or link arm.
Send me your email and I will copy mine to you.Mine runs an escort axle.
Those pictures are his Fury not a Stylus that he's referring to now.
A picture or two would help. From what I can remember the lower tie bar mountings are pretty low but the panhard is above the axle
All sorted now thanks, the "standard" set up has the panhard rod bolting into the lower outboard corner of the rear bulkhead, mine had a quite nasty "leggey" bracket - now re-drilled further up & shortened, with a back up plan in csae it still bounces.
If you don't get an answer on here, try the Facebook SSC stylus owners page.
Edit...sorry....i didnt see the above post. Glad its sorted.
[Edited on 28/2/22 by number-1]
Got an answer now thanks.
Can't do Face book, I'm banned. No idea why, I joined one day, the following day I got a message saying I was banned, no explanation. Hadn't sent anything. So I just thought "up yours then"