82-02 Fbody UMI Performance Double Adjustable Panhard Bar w/Roto-Joint


Model Number: 2038
UMI Performance

This tubular double adjustable panhard bar replaces the flimsy stock stamped panhard bar while adding increased strength and on car rear end adjustment. This panhard bar is a must for rear end centering after vehicle lowering, as well as clearance for running larger tires. If you are looking for the maximal performance from your vehicle you can not go wrong with this setup. This double adjustable panhard bar features 100% TIG welded fabrication for the utmost in strength and spherical Roto-Joints for a bind free performance. This double adjustable panhard bar features left and right hand threads for quick and easy on-car adjustments by simply loosening two jam nuts, the panhard bar does not require removal to adjust. The spherical Roto-Joint set up eliminates rear end bind, which is an excellent improvement for your street, autocross or drag race application. The Roto-Joint design improves performance over the factory rubber and aftermarket polyurethane bushings by allowing the suspension to articulate correctly, and provide precision handling. As well as easy adjustments, this heavy duty panhard bar also increases rear stability, controls side movement and body flex. This item is built using only the best American products on the market.

Chrome Moly- Chrome moly version uses 1.250″ x 0.095″ 4130 chrome moly steel. The chrome moly construction adds higher tensile and yield strength than mild steel applications for the ultimate in product strength. Make your selection below.


  • Constructed of 1.250” x 0.095” DOM mild steel tubing
  • 4140 chrome moly threaded tube adapters
  • Dual Spherical Roto-Joints installed for adjustment and a bind free performance
  • Energy Suspension greaseable polyurethane bushings
  • Fully TIG welded
  • On car adjustable with out unbolting item
  • Shipped fully assembled and ready to install
  • Uses OEM hardware and installed in 20 minutes
  • Brilliant and durable powder coat finish

More about Roto-Joint Technology….. UMI’s Roto-Joint, short for Rotational Joint, allows 28 degrees of total rotation and unrestricted movement throughout the vehicles suspension. The Roto-Joint is designed to work like a spherical rod end while maintaining streetable qualities of a softer bushing. The Roto-Joint is designed to articulate and prevent suspension bind, and since the installed delrin race does not deflect like softer bushings, there is an improvement in traction and a significant reduction in wheel hop. The construction of the Roto-Joint features a 4140 chrome moly, hard chrome plated spherical ball which rotates in a delrin race. The 4140 chrome moly material and hard chrome plating are designed for extensive wear resistance against hard driving and accumulated miles. The spherical ball rotates in the CNC machined delrin bushing, which is contoured for the spherical ball to allow unrestricted movement as the ball rotates. Delrin is the bushing material of choice due to its high resistance against wear, great tensile strength, and ability to maintain its physical properties. The housing of the Roto-Joint features 4140 chrome moly threads, and a CNC machined bushing holder TIG welded together for the utmost in strength and durability. The UMI Roto-Joint is adjustable and 100% rebuildable. This means as the delrin race wears the adjuster ring can be tightened using the optional spanner wrench to apply tension to the ball. If the delrin race would ever wear completely it can be replaced easily.

Spanner Wrench- This spanner wrench is used for adjusting and disassembling Roto-Joints used in all UMI Performance products. Over time if the delrin race inside the Roto-Joint would wear the spanner wrench is used to tighten the adjusting ring applying more pressure to the delrin inside. The spanner wrench is also used to disassemble the Roto-Joint for cleaning, inspection and rebuilding.


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