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Once the suspension was complete and the vehicle was at ride height, the challenge of fabricating a Panhard rod to minimize lateral movement of the front axle could be tackled. Strength was a primary concern as the top mount had to drop down far enough to allow the Panhard rod to be in line with the draglink eliminating bumpsteer. This beefy bracket was made to mount the top part of the Panhard rod.