Lowering kit Rubber Bumper MG MGB

If you think your MG MGB is too high on its legs ...
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If you find that your MG MGB imported from the States is too high on its legs, it looks like it is used on the farm during the week, there is a lowering kit on the market. The MGB Hive Ltd. from Great Britain has marketed this kit, consisting of lower front springs, brackets and aluminum blocks for the rear springs. The set costs £ 69,50 excluding shipping and assembly. You can do the latter yourself. But is it advisable? Not really, because there is a substantial difference between the chassis of a chrome bumper and a rubber bumper MGB, the latter actually 'steering' much and much better than its predecessor. So just a night about sleeping?

If you think your MG MGB is too high on its legs ...

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