I'm a relative new owner of a Mini with solid suspension and shocks. I've been looking through
my manuals to help with a small problem I have but would like to mine the information out there
in the forum.
My problem is that the Mini suspension is about one (1) inch lower on the driver's side (right).
I've jacked the car up and looked at geometry and see nothing suspicious. The cones while old
look to be OK. However, the shocks on the right side are one (1) inch shorter, i.e. less extended.
What I don't understand is just what sets the ride height. I mean, in my Riley, I could just adjust
the hydrolastic by pumping a given side to specification height.
Is there something simple here that I'm missing? The 'lean' is somewhat noticeable and would like
to correct it.
Thanks for any help.
Suspension Question on my 1977 Leyland Mini 1000
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