The secret to keeping the torsion bars level and tucked in close to the frame are the torsion-bar relocators. Each relocator simply inserts into the lower control arm where the torsion bar would normally mount. The upper end of each relocator is designed to accept the forward end of each torsion bar. Relocating the torsion bars in this fashion is far quicker than lowering the torsion-bar crossmember. In addition, this method doesn't sacrifice ground clearance.