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Classic Mini Red Coil Spring Hydrolastic Wet To Dry Suspension Conversion Kit

Classic Mini Red Coil Spring Hydrolastic Wet To Dry Suspension Conversion Kit

Classic Mini Red Coil Spring Hydrolastic Wet To Dry Suspension Conversion Kit
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Internet Price $732.96
Part No: MMKT0909
Internet Price $732.96
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The stock hydrolastic (wet) suspension as often found on the early Minis has become almost impossible to maintain. The most logical solution is to convert or upgrade the system to the stock 'dry' suspension.  All of the items in this kit are found under the Kits & Components tab.

Kit Contains:
Kyb Standard Front Shock Absorber
Kyb Standard Rear Shock Absorber
Classic Austin Mini Kyb Standard Rear Shock Absorber
Upper Front Shock Mount Lowered Heavy Duty Pair
Upper Front Shock Mount Lowered Heavy Duty Pair
Lower Pin Shock Competition
Lower Pin Shock Competition
Hi/lo Trumpets Front And Rear Budget Kit
Hi/lo Trumpets Front And Rear Budget Kit
Coil Spring Kit Street Red Set Of 4
Coil Spring Kit Street Red Set Of 4

See KIT & COMPONENT TABS for details.
 
 
Question:
I have 1985 Mini, will this kit work on mine?
Answer:
Yes, it should work just fine.

Happy Motoring!
 
 
 
 
Question:
I have a 1968 Austin Morris 1100 (ADO16). Totally restored. Do you have a dry conversion kit that would suit ???
Answer:
There are a number of kits available. You go with the  coil springs or the original rubber springs.   See: https://www.minimania.com/Search_Results/wet%20to%20dry/default
 
 
 
 
Question:
Hi! I’m located in Sydney Australia. I have a 65 mk1 Morris deluxe. Keen to convert the suspension to springs from hydro. Will this kit be all I need to do this?
Answer:
Yes, this a good option for a do it yourself kit and all major parts are included but not it is not uncommon to find misc suspension bushing that might be replacing while in the process of doing this upgrade.
 
PS- The option that is a little less DIY is the kit https://www.minimania.com/part/MMKT0905/Classic-Austin-Mini-Hydrolastic-Wet-To-Dry-Conversion-Kit  The difference between this kit and the one you asked about is that it includes new rear stub axles.  When using this kit, you press out and replace the rear stub axle with the dry type,  In the MMKT0909 kit, you will simply have to cut off the inner end of the axle and drill and tap it to serve as the location point for the bottom of the rear shock.
 
 
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