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  • Zamzuri Amir
    Part of a video titled Quick Hit: What is a torsion key lift? - YouTube
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    So by changing up the angle on that key you actually make it a little bit stiffer. So that when weMoreSo by changing up the angle on that key you actually make it a little bit stiffer. So that when we do drop this back down off the lift it'll just sit a little bit. Higher. And then to compensate.

    How do leveling torsion keys work?

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