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Negative Camber 2.5 Degrees Lower Front Arm Kit White Pair

Negative Camber 2.5 Degrees Lower Front Arm Kit White Pair

Negative Camber 2.5 Degrees Lower Front Arm Kit White Pair
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Classic Mini Negative Camber 2 Degrees Lower Front Arm Pair
$130.95 Classic Mini Negative Camber 2 Degrees Lower Front Arm Pair
Lower suspension arms to give 2.5 degress of negative camber. Sold in pairs only.
If you are driving your car very hard and want to insure it will corner at your speed you must pay attention to the camber of the front wheels. In stock form many Minis actually have 1/2 degree positive camber (top of the tire leans out). Negative camber is needed to make it handle. Our special cast 2 1/2 degree camber arms will be a direct replacement for the stock units and allow for installation without having to readjust caster! These arms can be install with either the stock rubber bush or a poly bush.
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.
See C-AJJ3363 for adjustable lower arms, and C-AJJ 3365 for adjustable tie rods.
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