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The front tie rod on the Mini controls the fore and aft location of the lower front suspension arm of the car. In addition it provides a great degree of stability under braking. If your old stock rod is bent or the bushings are worn then you need help! When they are bent the caster angle of the front uprights will be wrong, resulting in tire wear and poor handling. The tie rod is supplied complete with all standard nuts, bolts and bushings  required.
Classic Mini Tie Bar Standard Type

Classic Mini Tie Bar Standard Type

Classic Mini Tie Bar Standard Type
Part No: 21A450
$37.95
Qty:
Fits the following:
Classic Mini
Alternate Products
Classic Mini Tie Bar Adjustable Heavy Duty Pair
$62.95 Classic Mini Tie Bar Adjustable Heavy Duty Pair
Classic Mini Tie Bar Kit With Bushes and Hardware
$91.95 Classic Mini Tie Bar Kit With Bushes and Hardware
The front tie rod on the Mini controls the fore and aft location of the lower front suspension arm of the car. In addition it provides a great degree of stability under braking. If your old stock rod is bent or the bushings are worn then you need help! When they are bent the caster angle of the front uprights will be wrong, resulting in tire wear and poor handling. The tie rod is supplied complete with all standard nuts, bolts and bushings  required.
 
 
Question:
Trying to find part number/product for forward support arm for front wheel if you can help? 15" arm. Attaches body to wheel 1977 Mini
Answer:
We sell standard tie rods in singles complete with bushings and hardware as part number 21A450
you can also get a pair of heavy-duty tie rods that will be sure to never need replacing, 21A1092

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