Additional road clearance for your R60 Countryman or R61 Paceman. The M7 2" Lift Kit you will raise your car 2" front and rear. No additional modifications are required. Bolt it in, do a realignment and GO HAVE FUN!
M7 Lift Kits are precisely engineered, manufactured of the highest quality materials and fit so well they are the products of choice for many of the country’s new car MINI dealerships who offer the lifted Countryman as a new car option.
We recommend a set of shorter MAXX-G HD Adjustable Front Sway Bar Links be installed at the same time you are adding this lift kit. These shorter links will eliminate any chance of the front anti-roll bar and front suspension from binding during travel and help ease reassembly of the vehicle.
If you plan on maximizing your experience we recommend larger all terrain tires (28.5" diameter max), heavy duty shocks, larger front and rear anti-roll bars, a MONSTER Strut Tower Brace Kit with tower reinforcement technology and a skid plate to protect your engine and transmission oil pans from damage.
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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.