Fits: 1960-1976 A-Body, 1962-1977 B-Body, 1964-1975 C-Body, and 1970-1974 E-Body
These Mancini Racing torsion bar lock and seal kits are designed to keep the dirt and dust out of your torsion bars. They are made from rubber and include locking clips for installation.
Note: Kit includes 2 boots and 2 clips
ese Mopar Performance torsion bar locking clips are designed to keep the torsion bar dust boot seals in place on your Mopar Performance torsion bars. They are made from durable steel can be installed easily with simple hand tools.
Torsion Bar Dust Boots, Polyurethane, Black, Mopar, Pair
These Energy Suspension torsion bar dust boots are designed to keep the dirt and dust out of your torsion bars. They are made from polyurethane and are available in black.
The torsion bar remover and installer tool helps make it easier for you to complete either action with the torsion bar.
To remove the torsion bar, release the tension on it, and remove the clip in the rear. Then clamp the torion bar remover to the torsion bar and tap the tool with a hammer until the torsion bar is loose.
To install the torsion bar, clamp the torsion bar installer to the torsion bar and tighten it. Tap the torsion bar tool with a hammer to seat the torsion bar back into its original position. Install the clip in the rear.
CNC technology to ensure manufacturing consistency of each torsion bar tool, which is machined from quality steel.
Torsion Bar Adjuster Body Styles A and B&E Part No. 35612
Use this tool to adjust the tension on your torsion bar.
Most original torsion bar adjusters on 1960s and 70s muscle cars are likely to be rusted and worn and are subject to breakage during removal. Replace them with new equipment.
CNC technology to ensure manufacturing consistency of each replacement torsion bar adjuster, which is machined from quality steel. Just like the original equipment, the adjusting bolt has a 3/4 hex head, which makes it easier for you to use a wrench inside the assembly to make adjustments