Application/installation
Morris Minor Front Telescopic Shock Kit Fitting Instructions
Created: October 24, 2013
Telescopic Shock Kit Fitting Instructions for the Morris Minor - The basic problems with the Minor's lever shocks are ; you have to disassemble the suspension to change them, they don't work well, and they're too expensive! Our easy, bolt-on kit enables you to add modern telescoping shocks to the front of any year Morris Minor.
Created: February 04, 2003
Rear Telescopic Shock Conversion Kit Instructions
Tube Shock Conversion Kit, NDV102/MD\S
Created: January 30, 2000
The upper arm of the shock is the upper arm of the suspension and must be properly bushed or the front end will never be in proper alignment!
TOOL10 - Instructions for Camber/Castor Gauge
Created: December 12, 2003
CASTOR/CAMBER GAUGE INSTRUCTIONS For all intents and purposes, this gauge can be considered a finely graduated plumb line - as that is exactly what it is! Before proceeding with any measuring for each factor, make sure the vehicle is on reasonably level ground without any wheel being in.
SAVE on newly reduced SUSPENSION products
Created: April 23, 2019
SAVE on newly reduced SUSPENSION products
Austin Mini Cooper SUSPENSION - Converting from wet to dry
Created: July 11, 2001
The steady decline of readily available hydrolastic displacer units has prompted an escalation in the number of folk asking how to go about swopping from hydrolastic (‘wet’)
Mini Cooper Suspension - Corner Weights and Bump-Steer Basics
Created: February 27, 2001
A surprising number of racers still avoid dealing with them, as with geometry in general they're seen as another 'black art'. Not at all alleviated by the sight of the well-to-do single seater teams producing computer controlled, highly accurate scales to make last minute corner weight adjustments or slipping wafer-thin shims in between steering arms and hubs.
Sway Bar Information and Theory
Created: January 30, 2000
A car has "neutral" steering when while turning in tight circle at moderate speed the car will complete the circle at approximately the same position across the diameter of the circle. A car has "understeer" when turning on the same tight circle at the same moderate speed the diameter of the circle is increased because of the front wheels "pushing" out!
How-To: Classic Mini Front Subframe Assembly Part 2
Created: January 04, 2017
VIDEO: How-To: Classic Mini Front Subframe Assembly Part 2
How-To: Classic Mini Front Subframe Assembly Part 1
Created: January 04, 2017
VIDEO: How-To: Classic Mini Front Subframe Assembly Part 1