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Item #: 21A1882 -
Beginning with the Mk2 models, the stock lower bushing was revised to this design, which has a steel sleeve riding on the pivot pin for longer life and less compliance
Item #: 2A4294 -
Rubber bushing for the eye at the inner end of the control arm. Four required per car. Most cars no longer use this bushing and upgrade to the steel-sleeved 21A1882
Item #: SSS0168 -
On-car adjustable lower suspension arm. Uses standard or poly bushing. Allows you to fine tune the front suspension geometry without dismantling the car. Sold as a pair.
Item #: SSS0166 -
On-car adjustable lower suspension arm with Heim (Rose) joint. Includes spacers for above and below heim joint
Item #: C-AJJ3364 -
Negative camber is frequently used in the front suspension to improve cornering ability. These arms are available in 3 lenghts so you can obtain the exact camber you require.
Item #: 21A1879/81-USED -
Features a revised inner eye to accept the improved metal-sleeved inner bushing. Pair (right and left side), used, but bead-blasted clean and painted. Bushings not included.
5/23/2019 12:00:00 AM
Item #: 21A1879/81 -
The lower arm was revised with the classic Mk2 Mini and was used until 2000. It features a revised inner eye to accept the improved metal-sleeved inner bushing. Bushings included. Genuine Rover; choose right- or left-hand side.
Item #: GSJ0734E -
Aftermarket tie rod end (track rod end in UK!) to screw onto the threaded rods at the outer ends of the steering rack; also fits MG1100/Austin America.
12/5/2018 12:00:00 AM
Item #: GSJ0158 -
Extra-long tie rod end. Use these when you have installed longer lower arms for negative camber, or when a Mk2 steering rack is installed in a Mk1. Do not risk
Item #: GSJ0734 -
OEM-version tie rod end that threads onto the end of the steering rack; fits MG1100/Austin America also. Sold each.