Panhard Bar vs. Watt’s Link: Three Must-Know Facts From Steeda
What’s under your Mustang? A Panhard bar or a Watt’s link? If your Mustang is rocking stock suspension, chances are you’re running a Panhard bar. After all, most late-model Mustangs came from the factory with them. Panhard bars are tasked with reducing lateral movement, especially while corning, on a vehicle equipped with a solid rear axle, like our beloved pre-S550 era Mustangs.
A Watt’s link ups the ante by nearly completely eliminating that lateral movement. That’s probably why you hear car folks comparing the two similarly. Fortunately for you, if you’re not sure which one you need on your Mustang, keep on reading; Steeda Autosports offers both options for your solid rear axle-equipped late-model Mustang.
Since the old ‘Panhard bar versus Watt’s link’ debate is constantly being thrown around, we reached out to our friends at Steeda and asked them three unique questions regarding both its Panhard bar and Watt’s link offerings to find out which one might be right for you.