Tim Suddard
Tim Suddard Publisher
4/3/13 11:57 a.m.
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With everything clean, we could begin disassembling our subframes. Normally, we would recommend that you leave major subassemblies like these together until you are ready to work on it, but in this case, we were powder coating all the black steel pieces. Powder coating is much cheaper when done as a package deal, so we had to disassemble everything.

Dissasembly went smoothly enough. We made sure we took pictures and notes so we could see how things went back together. It is surprising just how many bump stops and other complexities are involved when it comes to taking Hydrolastic Mini suspension apart.

The rear subframe was slightly tweaked, so we had to hammer and dolly it straight again before it could go to the powder coater.

It was an itsy bitsy, teeny-weeny rally-winning project Mini. Subscribe to Classic Motorsports and get them in your mailbox.

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