Coil Spring Kit For Competition (green) Mini & Mini Cooper S

Coil Spring Kit For Competition (green) Mini & Mini Cooper S

Coil Spring Kit For Competition (green) Mini & Mini Cooper S
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$379.95
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Classic Austin Mini coil spring kit street blue set of 4
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Austin Mini Coil Spring Kit Street Red Set Of 4
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This direct-replacement kit includes everything to replace the harsh riding rubber cones with proper springs in your MINI. Special hard anodized aluminum perches allow the springs to be fitted to either the stock trumpets or Hi-Los. The highest quality progressive winding is used to insure that the springs will not sag after many years of use, unlike the rubber cones. Available in three spring rates: C-SRP100 is soft (Blue), C-SRP200 is firm (Red), and C-SRP250 competition spec. (GREEN).
Oversized rebound buffers for the front are available as part number 2A4267C. Oversized rear bump stop are available as C-SRP015.
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