It is a long link which provides lateral location of a rigid axle. It usually remains roughly parallel to the axle, with one end joined with the body and the other attached to the axle.
provides sideways location of a live axle.
a single long rod which goes from the frame on one side to the axle housing all the way on the other side
Locating link in a rear axle running laterally across the car to prevent the axle moving laterally. It is fixed to the body or chassis frame at one end and the axle casing at the other.
long lateral link that provides lateral location of a rigid axle. It usually sits roughly parallel to the axle, with one end attached to the body and the other attached to the axle
A device used to control lateral movement of the axle. A Panhard rod is connected to the chassis on one side of the car and to the axle at the other end. Both ends require pivots to allow movement of the axle. A Panhard is used in conjunction with a torque arm or other radical rear suspension modification, and is not considered to be an effective modification if added to an otherwise stock rear suspension. Panhard rods have been in use on many different vehicles for many years.
A Panhard rod or track bar is a component of a car suspension system that provides lateral location of the axle. Originally invented by the Panhard automobile company of France in the early twentieth century, this device has been widely used ever since.