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    Like any other spring the toy is a great idea to upgrade your torsion bars when you've added someMoreLike any other spring the toy is a great idea to upgrade your torsion bars when you've added some weight to the front of your four-wheel-drive. Usually in the form of a steel ball bearing winch.

    Can you upgrade torsion bars?

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  • Why do torsion bars sag?

    as you turned it up, you are putting more stress on the torsion bar and eventually it begins to show fatigue and sags down more. it will keep sagging if you try to keep cranking up to the same height. torsion bars are rated at a load its made for at a certain height. Stock engine and trans.8 Feb 2009
  • Should I crank my torsion bars?

    Cranking the torsion bars up DOES change the front end geometry, it does shorten the travel and makes it ride harsher, and it does place the balljoints in an altered position that will lead to premature wear. It is not necessary to align it after, unless you care about your tires.13 Nov 2005
  • Where is the torsion bar located?

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    It runs longitudinally or lengthways of the vehicle attaches to the lower a arm at. The front andMoreIt runs longitudinally or lengthways of the vehicle attaches to the lower a arm at. The front and attaches to the torsion bar key mount at the chassis mount or at the crossmember.
  • What are the disadvantages of torsion bar?

    A disadvantage is that torsion bars, unlike coil springs, usually cannot provide a progressive spring rate. In most torsion bar systems, ride height (and therefore many handling features) may be changed by simply adjusting bolts that connect the torsion bars to the steering knuckles.
  • Which is better torsion or extension springs?

    Torsion springs tend to be stronger and more durable than extension springs. And though they are more expensive, they last longer, between 15,000 and 20,000 cycles as opposed to 10,000 cycles with extension springs. They also offer greater balance and show more control when moving, not jerking as the door moves.17 Nov 2016

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