223 Torque Arm Cross member Torque Arm Cross Member:  2” x 3” x .120” Thick Wall Mild Steel  Wide – Up to 68” – To fit any body or chassis  Makes it quick & easy to fit to your car Driveshaft Loop Included:  1” x 2” Mild Steel  11-1/2” Tall – Cut to Desired Height RST Part #5629-1 Torque Arm Cross Member $119.99 Panhard Bar Kits Common Question – Should You run a Panhard Bar or Watts Link ? I am a fan of both for different reasons. Like most things in racing, the pros & cons are different & there is always some compromise. Regardless of my choice, they need to be fully adjustable, as well as quick & easy to do so. Otherwise you won’t do it when time is tight. Our Watt’s Link Package has a full 6” of rear roll center adjustable with a Quik-Tune screw jack assembly. All you need is a ½” ratchet. Our panhard bars are double adjustable … meaning both sides. The frame mount has 4” of range & the axle side 6”. Our TT version Panhard Bar Kit requires the bolt to simply be loosened to raise or lower the rod end on either side. Our TA2 version utilizes a Quik-Tune screw jack assembly on the housing side. All you need is a ½” ratchet. The Pros & Cons of a Panhard Bar:  Simple & Lower Cost  Can be adjusted on each side to load the rear tires differently when desired  Needs to be tuned on each side to balance the load to the rear tires The Pros & Cons of a Watts Link:  More complex to install & Higher Cost  Simpler to use at the track – Only one adjustment – Up or Down in the middle  Can NOT be adjusted on each side to load the rear tires differently when desired  Automatically loads the left & right rear tires evenly Suspension Components