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Thread: Cleaning torsion bars

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    Cleaning torsion bars

    I have my torsion bars removed, what's the safest way to clean them? After reading about scratches being a threat, I'm paranoid to scrub them with anything.

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    I've wondered if the bars were polished to a mirror
    shine we would do an end run around bars breaking?
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