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Created: August 06, 2001
Instructions for installing the adjustable ride height option on the classic Mini Cooper are easy to follow. From the experts at Mini Mania
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.