Classic Austin Mini Negative Camber 1.5 Degrees Lower Front Arm Kit Pair

Classic Austin Mini Negative Camber 1.5 Degrees Lower Front Arm Kit Pair

Classic Austin Mini Negative Camber 1.5 Degrees Lower Front Arm Kit Pair
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Part No: C-AJJ3364
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Lower suspension arms to give 1.5 degrees of negative camber. Sold in pairs only.
General:
Negative camber lower arms are specifically forged in different degrees to give 1.5 (C-AJJ3364), 2.0 (C-AJJ3364A) or 2.5 degrees (C-AJJ3364B) more negative camber. All are heat-treated and crack-tested for safety.
Negative camber on the front of the Mini will make the car handle (& turn) much better than stock. A stock Mini will have as much as 1 degree positive camber (the top of the tire leans out from the car more than from the bottom). See C-AJJ3363 for adjustable lower arms, and C-AJJ3365 for adjustable tie rods.
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