8. This shot from directly underneath the ’Bee let’s you see how the kit works. The lower bars locate the rear by attaching to the rear housing, and to the original front leaf spring location. These are the bars that actually “locate” the rear end in the car. The upper bars (above the rear end), actually control the pinion angle of the differential, and keep the rear from moving side to side. With standard parallel four-link suspensions, a Panhard bar or Watts link would be needed to keep the rear from travelling side to side. Our Unlawful kit also uses a sway bar and Afco adjustable coil over shocks.