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Front suspension kit - Frontline Developments fitting instructions frontline suspension midget

MG Midget front suspension kit. The original damper unit is replaced with our new upper wishbone and enables the vertical positioning of an adjustable telescopic damper. Built into the top mount is a negative camber angle of one degree. This tightens up the front end reducing understeer to produce a more rapid cornering response.

Download Fitting Instructions State-of-the-art design and manufacturing processes have resulted in the ultimate bolt-on replacement kit for the MGB front suspension system. It uses cast alloy wishbones and damper mounting units to aid weight reduction and increase rigidity over the original lever arms.

Follow the workshop manual instructions for removing the old lever arm shock absorber, ensuring that the car and suspension are supported correctly. Take special care with the coil springs which can be dangerous if mishandled. The new suspension arms have four mounting bolt holes for extra support. To fit.

MG Midget and Sprite Technical - Frontline RTL problems - Advice needed. Hi Guy's I bought stinker (it has a name), a new front and rear suspension, frontline polybushes throughout, stiffer sway bar, tube shock conversion front (already came with a spax rear), 2" lower front springs, " lower rears and an RTL from Frontline.