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Suspension
Suspension, Shocks, Bushing , Ball Joints and more
Created: July 31, 2018
Ball Joints, Bushings-Suspension, Hydrolastic, Performance- Suspension, Shock Absorbers and More
Austin Mini Spring Coil Suspension Connection
Created: March 03, 2016
With questions about replacing or updating the suspension springs or cones, it seems appropriate to have a quick look at all the options available for most Austin Minis and Classic Minis, from Mini Coil Spring Conversion Kits to Coil-Over Suspension Kits and Mini Rubber Cone Suspension Options.
Created: March 28, 2014
Time to assemble our front subframe.
Created: March 14, 2014
Rebuilding the Hydrolastic Displacers
Created: March 14, 2014
Rehabbing Subframes and Suspension
Created: March 14, 2014
Powdercoating the Suspension
The Origins of SPAX
Created: January 28, 2006
SPAX has been making suspension for the past 50 years, we are one of the best known manufacturers in the world. Named after a Somerset village called Spaxton and was the first company to produce on-car adjustable dampers.
Austin Mini Cooper Suspension - Lowering the standard dry set-up
Created: July 12, 2001
This step by step outline will allow you to change the ride height of each corner of your Classic Mini Cooper. Improved handling and looks. Simply ask the experts at Mini Mania
Austin Mini Cooper Suspension - Effects of Fitting Wide Wheels
Created: February 27, 2001
Understanding the effects of changing to wider wheels and it's impact on King Pin Inclination is the objective of this article for the classic Mini Cooper.
Classic Mini Cooper SUSPENSION - Basic Priorities
Created: February 20, 2001
Despite the five main factors that control the front suspension geometry – kingpin inclination, caster angle, camber angle, track, and bump-steer – we are only really able to alter three of those easily. King-pin inclination is non-adjustable, as it’s a feature of where the swivel-pins are mounted on the hub at the factory.
Polyurethane MKIV Subframe Tower Bush
Created: April 05, 2000
If you have a late model Mini (1976 on) then you probably know that the front subframe is isolated by these rubber mounts. While this makes the car quieter, it hinders handling by letting the subframe move about.