Torsion Bars Vs. Coil Springs?

Answer Vehicle suspension refers to a system of shock absorbers, springs and other components used to facilitate vehicle handling and braking. Torsion bars and coil springs contribute to a vehicle's suspe... Read More »

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How to Use Torsion Bars?

Torsion bars are straight metal bars that twist when force is applied and release when the driving circumstances go back to normal. This twisting absorbs the pressure so the vehicle's frame and whe... Read More »

How to Adjust the Torsion Springs on an Awning?

RV campers often feature an outside awning that provides shade and protection from sun and rain over an outside table or bench. The awning can be adjusted to various lengths depending on how large ... Read More »

How to Tighten Torsion Bars?

A torsion bar exerts downward pressure on the lower control part of the vehicle suspension, to keep the wheel firmly in place on the ground's surface. The upper control arm also relies on the posit... Read More »

How to Lower Using Torsion Bars?

Torsion bars work as springs because they do not "like" to be twisted. A torsion bar is anchored in the lower control arm at one end and a crossmember behind the front wheels at the other end. As t... Read More »