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Some rear suspension systems are designed so that any lateral movement of the rearend causes considerable rear steer. If you need to tighten the car, you can cause lateral movement of the rearend during body squat and roll by reversing the angle of the Panhard bar. This means that the right side, for a right-chassis-mounted Panhard bar, would be mounted lower than the left side. This moves the rearend to the right in the corners and off the corners when the right side of the car moves lower.