13 Best Automotive Replacement Torsion Bar Mount Kits

List Updated June 2020

Bestselling Automotive Replacement Torsion Bar Mount Kits in 2020


ACDelco 45G26007 Professional Front Torsion Bar Mount Arm

ACDelco 45G26007 Professional Front Torsion Bar Mount Arm
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Premium, high-quality aftermarket component
  • Engineered to meet your expectations for fit, form, and function
  • Provides the performance and dependability you expect from ACDelco

Dorman 905-506 Chevrolet/GMC Torsion Bar Mounts

Dorman 905-506 Chevrolet/GMC Torsion Bar Mounts
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Direct fit replacement unit
  • Unit features Dorman engineered quality enhancements
  • Backed by Dorman's limited Lifetime Warranty

Dorman 905-509 Chevrolet/GMC/Hummer Torsion Bar Mounts

Dorman 905-509 Chevrolet/GMC/Hummer Torsion Bar Mounts
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Direct fit replacement unit
  • Unit features Dorman engineered quality enhancements
  • Backed by Dorman's limited Lifetime Warranty

Monroe 902992 Strut-Mate Torsion Bar Mount (Mounting Kit)

Monroe 902992 Strut-Mate Torsion Bar Mount (Mounting Kit)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Replacing all your worn strut components ensures a complete repair
  • High-Quality premium strut components
  • Engineered for superior fit and performance

ACDelco 45G31008 Professional Front Torsion Bar Mount Kit with Mount, Boots, Washers, and Nut

ACDelco 45G31008 Professional Front Torsion Bar Mount Kit with Mount, Boots, Washers, and Nut
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Premium, high-quality aftermarket component
  • Engineered to meet your expectations for fit, form, and function
  • Provides the performance and dependability you expect from ACDelco

URO Parts 163 323 0220KIT Torsion Bar Mount Bearing Pad Kit - 2 Piece

URO Parts 163 323 0220KIT Torsion Bar Mount Bearing Pad Kit - 2 Piece
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Shipping Weight:3.2 ounces, Item Weight:3.2 ounces, Manufacturer Part Number:1633230220KIT, Brand:URO Parts
  • Domestic Shipping:Item can be shipped within U.S., Product Dimensions:5.9 x 3.6 x 0.8 inches, Oem Part Number:163 323 0220KIT, Mpn:163 323 0220KIT
  • International Shipping:This item can be shipped to select count, Item Model Number:163 323 0220KIT, Folding:No

Prothane 4-106-BL Black B Body Torsion Bar Cross Member Mount Kit

Prothane 4-106-BL Black B Body Torsion Bar Cross Member Mount Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Precision fabrication assures perfect fit
  • Holds super grease for quiet operation
  • Premium grade polyurethane components
  • Provides necessary rigidity

ACDelco 45G26006 Professional Front Torsion Bar Mount Arm

ACDelco 45G26006 Professional Front Torsion Bar Mount Arm
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Premium, high-quality aftermarket component
  • Engineered to meet your expectations for fit, form, and function
  • Provides the performance and dependability you expect from ACDelco

Raybestos 579-1007 Professional Grade Torsion Bar Mount

Raybestos 579-1007 Professional Grade Torsion Bar Mount
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Constructed to meet the design and performance of the original part
  • Designed with premium quality materials for exceptional performance, reliability and peace of mind

Moog K6443 Torsion Bar Mount

Moog K6443 Torsion Bar Mount
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020

Moog K6485 Torsion Bar Mount

Moog K6485 Torsion Bar Mount
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Easy to install
  • Restores like-new steering and handling
  • Engineered to provide long life and dependability
  • Loose or worn chassis parts can lead to premature tire wear
  • Problem Solver products incorporate proven design and engineering features
  • Use on select GM trucks
  • Designed as stock replacement
  • Improves chassis performance and durability

Hummer H2/Silverado/Sierra Torsion Bar Mount 15044557

Hummer H2/Silverado/Sierra Torsion Bar Mount 15044557
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020

ACDelco 901-055 Professional Torsion Bar Mount

ACDelco 901-055 Professional Torsion Bar Mount
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Professional, premium aftermarket replacement
  • Provides the performance and dependability you expect from ACDelco
  • Manufactured to meet expectations for fit, form, and function

The Long-term Effects of Torsion Bar Adjustment

Torsion bar suspensions systems are commonly found on utility vehicles. It can easily be adjusted by a few rotations of a wrench. However, it may have long-term and undesirable effects to your car.

I bought some aftermarket parts to at least try and make it a little faster. I installed racing air filters, changed the mufflers, increased the diameter of the exhaust pipe and I bought expensive spark plugs. Then I used high performance engine oil and the most expensive high-octane fuel. And of course, to make my car look good, I had my car's torsion bar adjusted so that it will have a low ride height. Until now, I haven't brought it back up to its normal right height and I'm seeing so many problems.

Roads aren't perfect. There are pot holes, bumps and debris everywhere and with a low ride height, you can feel almost all of them. The car has become uncomfortable to drive on city roads. With a low ride height, your suspension has very little room to adjust.

Also, because the ride height is low, when you turn your wheels to either direction, it hits the fenders quite often especially on humps. This could result in unnecessary scrapes on your wheels or it may damage the fenders or even tear it off eventually.

Probably the most dangerous effect of having a low ride height is when you have a lot of passengers. I'm not just talking about 4 or 5 persons. Since I have a utility vehicle, it can practically accommodate 11 persons. And since I have a high seating capacity, most of the people who want to take a ride with me expect that I will be able to accommodate all of them.

What they don't understand is that it's quite dangerous for my car since it has an adjusted torsion bar. The torsion bar, as well as any other type of vehicle suspension, serves as shock absorbers. If it's pushed to its maximum load, the force of a serious bump will transmit to the body. It could either damage the torsion bar or the vehicle's main chassis and body.

Lastly, as the years passed by, the ride height seemed to go lower by itself. I remember the first time I had the torsion bar adjusted. I can stick a finger between the wheels and the fenders. Now, I can't. I tried but my fingers are already pointing upwards. It doesn't look good anymore since the rear wheels still have a high right height. The car looks like a dragster but again it's a utility vehicle and it's not appealing anymore.

I'm now saving up money to have everything checked since the mechanics at the service center told me that they would have to adjust the camber as well to make sure that the orientation of the front wheels are level. Before you adjust your car's torsion bars, make sure that you know the possible consequences in doing so. It may improve the handling of your car especially on high speed turns but comfort may be compromised. Nothing beats a safe, smooth and a very comfortable drive.

Source:
Wikipedia - Torsion Bar Suspension