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Classic Mini Negative Camber 2 Degrees Lower Front Arm Pair

Classic Mini Negative Camber 2 Degrees Lower Front Arm Pair

Classic Mini Negative Camber 2 Degrees Lower Front Arm Pair
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Internet Price $140.98
Part No: C-AJJ3364A
Internet Price $140.98
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Classic Austin Mini Negative Camber 1.5 Degrees Lower Front Arm Kit Pair
$125.98 Classic Austin Mini Negative Camber 1.5 Degrees Lower Front Arm Kit Pair
Lower suspension arms to give 2.0 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.
See C-AJJ3363 for adjustable lower arms, and C-AJJ 3365 for adjustable tie rods.
 
 
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hello, do you have front and rear available? I have a Austin mini 1980.
 
 
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