Easily Remove Your Torsion Bars With Mancini Racing

One of the worst suspension parts to remove on classic Mopars are the torsion bars. Factory torsion bars can be super stubborn and can take hours to get out, especially when you are using the wrong tools.

Stop using vice grips and a sledge hammer to remove your torsion bars. We are guilty of doing this ourselves and damaging our torsion bars. With Mancini Racing’s Torsion Bar Removal tool, removing torsion bars is simple, quicker and normally less busted knuckles.

When you use the wrong tools to remove your torsion bars damage can occur and change their integrity. The last thing you would want is to be at a race event, on the Hot Rod Power Tour, or cruising around town and have one of your torsion bars fail.

For $53, Mancini Racing’s Torsion Bar Removal tool (MRE23461) is one tool that we wished we had many years ago. Mancini Racing’s Torsion Bar Removal tool made removal simple and without any damage to our bars. The tool bolts onto the bars and gives you a solid spot to hit with a sledge hammer and knocks the bars right out.

In our situation, we are upgrading our 1970 Super Bee’s suspension to QA1’s coil-over system and normally we would not care about the old bars coming out. Since we upgraded our torsion bars in the Super Bee a while back to Hotchkis 1.1-inch bars, we plan to reuse them in another 1970 Super Bee. Mancini Racing’s Torsion Bar Removal tool worked flawlessly and didn’t leave any marks on our bars.

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David Kruk

David grew up around classic cars, buying his first Mopar when he was 18 and has been addicted since. He currently has a 1970 Super Bee that he drives daily and competes in autocross and road course racing. He loves doing events like Power Tour, Moparty, SCCA, and Motor State Challenge.

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