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Beck Arnley 104-1682 Engine Torque Damper - Direct Fit
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$48.49
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Location : UpperWarranty : 1 year or 12,000-mile Beck Arnley limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : 2-3 business daysQuantity Sold : Sold individually
Beck Arnley 104-1682 Engine Torque Damper - Direct Fit
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Location : Rear, UpperWarranty : 1 year or 12,000-mile Beck Arnley limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : 2-3 business daysQuantity Sold : Sold individually
Beck Arnley 104-1695 Engine Torque Damper - Direct Fit
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$38.39
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Location : Front, Passenger SideWarranty : 1 year or 12,000-mile Beck Arnley limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : 2-3 business daysQuantity Sold : Sold individually
GenuineXL 955-375-101-13 Engine Torque Damper (Torsion Arm) - Replaces OE Number 955-375-101-13
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Engine Torque Damper Guides

How to Buy an Engine Torque Damper Online

An engine torque damper is a self-contained elastomeric shock absorber for your engine that's mounted on the brackets between the chassis and the engine. To be more specific, they're fixed at the pulley end of the crankshaft. It's used to reduce vibration in your car as it sits on idle, thus reducing extreme engine movement and improving the efficiency of your vehicle's overall operation (particularly when you're preparing to accelerate).

Buying Tips and Tricks

  1. Err on the Side of Caution: Use the specs (the brand, item weight, and product dimensions) or the identifying serial numbers (manufacturer part number and item model number) to determine whether what you're buying is an OEM part or at least within OE standards of fitment for any non-vehicle-specific parts out there. In short, you should acquire genuine brand products from 100% authorized dealers that are available online since most torque dampers fit original engines only.
  1. Buying a Damper Kit versus Buying a Component: A kit comes complete with instructions, all the hardware, and all the tools needed to install that hardware. A standalone part, on the other hand, features the engine torque damper alone for you to install in a DIY fashion or with the help of your mechanic. If you wish to make installation easier, then go with a kit. To save money, buy only the damper.
  1. Adjustable Preload, High Durometer Elastomer, and Aluminum and Steel Construction: Your damper should possess adjustable preload for variable damping and vibration control that allows you to tighten it for high-performance driving and loosen it for normal city driving. It should also be more reliable by having a high durometer elastomer that ensures consistent vibration control. What's more, it should also have a 6061-T6 aluminum body and high performance hardened steel with reinforced Teflon heim joints to ensure toughness.
  1. Indications of a Good Purchase After Buying: You know you've gotten a good damper if it works just as it's described on its description page. It should at most take only 30 minutes to fully install it. You've hit the jackpot if your engine torque damper that's made of a solid one-piece piston rod is able to give you zero vibration from the engine and, thusly, a faster response when getting torque to your wheels.
  1. Engine Torque Damper Warning: All kits for the engine torque damper are made to install on automobiles with stock engines only. In other words, it only works with the engine that came with the car. They aren't compatible with any engine swaps. You don't have the choice to possibly acquire a turbocharged version of the damper you're replacing. Every damper is engine-specific, so ensuring fitment in terms of make, model, year, and engine type of your car is quite crucial.

In Conclusion

If you've ever sat on a vintage car, the vibration of the vehicle even when the engine idles is quite noticeable. If you want a smooth ride from classic automobile makes and models, then you should get a properly functioning torque damper installed in your car. Then again, the latest cars don't really need dampers since they can run smoothly on their own. Finally, by playing it safe and getting an OE-standard duplicate engine torque damper online, you'll have fewer worries as far as fitment and compatibility is concerned.

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