All you need M7 stage 2 lift kit for R60 countryman and R61 Paceman
Wheels and tyres can be supplied if needed. We would be happy to recommend wheels and tyres sizes if you wish to source them yourself
This kit contains:
M7 Adjustable drop links x4
M7 Anti roll bar kit
M7 R60 R61 lift kit
2x Powerflex rear shock top mount bushes
Fitting available in our workshops, please ask for a quote if needed.
This installation requires moderate mechanical skills, complete knowledge of strut type suspensions and some specialized tools.
Fits all 2011-2016 R60 Countryman & R61 Paceman Models
MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS: Manual transmissions transfer vibration more than automatic transmissions and may cause a light but noticeable vibration in the steering wheel. This vibration is caused by the CV joints running at a higher angle than original. After a period of time (1000 miles +/-) the CV joints will run-in and seat themselves at the new driveline angles and the vibrations will diminish. Refunds will be not issued for vibration in the steering wheel.
Most cars with a larger than stock rear antiroll bar will require 12mm wheel spacers (not included in kit)
Please let us know if you think any additional information would be useful and we will add it here.
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We're dedicated to delivering your purchase as quickly and affordably as possible. Some of our products are hand made or custom made to order so they are not held in stock. Some goods come from abroad so may take a little longer than you expect.
If your purchase is time critical please check with us before placing your order to avoid being disappointed.
Car modification laws in the UK and elsewhere are in place to ensure drivers who want to enhance their vehicles adhere to certain safety standards. While modifications are a great way to alter the look and performance of a car, some may also affect the handling and overall safety of the vehicle on the road.
You may need to inform your insurance company of any modifications made to your car – whether they were already installed when you purchased the vehicle or if you have done them yourself. If you don’t tell your insurer, any future claim you make could be turned down. Worse still, your insurance could be completely invalidated. Modifications carried out to any car may affect the vehicle manufacturers warranty.