Re: [DML] Re: Driver Side Torsion Unit
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Re: [DML] Re: Driver Side Torsion Unit

I think you should take the original claim to task, not Dave's reply. He 
was simply stating that to use the torsion bar to do more of the work is 
a bad idea given the failures of front door hinges on original bars, and 
the added "twist" then placed on a door. Do you really need figures to 
back that up? Sounds like common sense to me.


Daniel Plakosh wrote:
> <snip> I assume that these are all rhetorical questions. My point is : Why make the statement about someones product without the facts to backup the claims?  Believing and knowing are two different things!
> Dan
> ________________________________
> From: daveswingle2 <swingle_dmc@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> I don't specifically, but after seeing cracked hinges I don't believe a stronger bar is a good thing. Also more pressure on one and and less on the other will change how the door fits as it closes. 
> To take it to an extreme, why not turn the bar up so hot you can eliminate the strut (i.e. just use a shock absorber) altogether? 
> dave s


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