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C-AJJ3360 FITTING INSTRUCTIONS
Created: June 21, 2007
Mini Spares has now further improved it's quality one-piece, forged, adjustable, bottom front suspension arm, to be on-car adjustable and accept all types of non-rod-end (Rose joint) bushings, by including a purpose-forged trunnion.
MS73 fitting instructions
Created: June 21, 2007
To enable full experimentation in this area, the MS73 kit has been developed to allow accurate adjustment of rear wheel camber AND track. Adjustment of rear track can greatly influence the handling characteristics of the Mini.
 Classic Mini Cooper Heavy duty adjustable tie-rods
Created: January 29, 2000
These rods have been produced to improve car stability when cornering and braking, and facilitate easy adjustment of castor angle. Manufactured from a high grade material in a much bigger diameter, they are less susceptible to bending than the standard items. The standard castor angle is 3° + ½°. This will change when the car is raised or lowered, and when adjustable or negative camber bottom arms are used (these tend to increase castor).
Progressive rear bump stop kit, C-AJJ3313
Created: January 29, 2000
This kit is suitable for all hydrolastic Mini’s. It can be fitted onto dry suspension cars to give improved handling characteristics during motor sport events, provided the rear radius arms are changed to accommodate them.
Fixed negative camber bottom arms, C-AJJ3364
Created: January 29, 2000
These are a direct replacement for the standard bottom arms and will add 1½° of negative camber to whatever the car has as standard - quoted by the manufacturers as being 1° positive, + 1°. If the car has 1° positive, fitting the negative camber arms will give ½° camber. Measuring what the car has with standard arms will help determine what camber setting will be achieved by using C-AJJ3364. Negative camber helps reduce under steer, therefore improving the cars cornering performance.
Front bump stop kit, C-AJJ4007
Created: January 29, 2000
Remove existing bump rubber completely. The smaller hole of the new bump rubber should be fitted over the retainer on the bracket, using hand soap or brake fluid on the rubber if necessary to ease the fitting.