Front Suspension The independent front suspension offers a reduction of un-sprung mass over the conventional beam axle design. The suspension geometry features positive ground level offset for improved control under braking. The suspension arms have been designed for maximum ground clearance. Suspension geometry can be adjusted via the strut top mount for camber and on the steering rack track rod ends for toe-in. Front suspension features a mm positive off-set. The following wheel travels are shown for on road and off-road vehicle operation. The difference between the two operating conditions is a result of operation of the front cross-link valve. When the cross-link valve is opened the suspension travel is as given for off-road wheel travel. When the cross-link valve is closed the suspension travel given for on road applies. The off road mode wheel travel isl mm bump l mm rebound l This gives a total of 270 mm off road suspension travel. The on road standard wheel travel isl mm bump l mm rebound l This gives a total of 270 mm on road suspension travel. The front suspension comprises: l Two air spring damping struts l Subframe l Anti-roll bar l Anti-roll bar links l Suspension arms l Two hub assemblies.