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  • Zaharin Mohamed
    Part of a video titled VW Narrowed Beam Install Tips / Easy Trick To Use Your Stock Torsion ...
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    So when you hold it up against the sander. Kind of hold it up at that angle. You're trying to go 45MoreSo when you hold it up against the sander. Kind of hold it up at that angle. You're trying to go 45 degrees basically it's gonna be 45 right off the belt. Then you're gonna sand.

    How do you install torsion leaves on a VW?

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  • What suspension do most cars use?

    The most common automotive applications include leaf springs (often used on a rigid axle), torsion bars and coil springs (both used for independent suspension). Some newer vehicles utilize "air suspension" with air-filled bladders replacing the springs.18 Apr 2019

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