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  • Wei Sheng Er
    So what are torsion bars? Basically they're straight steel bars that work like coil springs but twist for damping rather than compressing as coils do. The bars can be found in the front suspensions of IFS vehicles. They are the main load-bearing spring on some vehicles and also used to adjust ride height.1 ene 2009
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