T10 torx screwdriver (provided)
Task 3 assembly
Task 2 assembly
metal mounting plate
4x m4x8 torx screws
T10 torx screwdriver
Put the metal mounting plate on top of the frame assembly.
Slide the MEB from the bottom of frame assembly.
Before you push the MEB up to meet the mounting points it's easier to position the cables.
Put the cables in the corresponding cut-outs in the frame. Don't worry about them as we'll reassemble them in the next steps.
Push the MEB up to meet the frame wall with its distances.
Align the MEB to the frame and the mounting plate assembly holes.
Insert and tighten m4x8 torx screw in each of the hole. Use T10 torx screwdriver.
step 1 assembly
plastic front cover
4x m4x10 torx screw
4x m4 square nut
T10 torx screwdriver
Notice there are square shaped sockets in the plastic parts. They are used to fit square nuts that are easier to tighten with access from only one side of the assembly.
Insert a square nut into each of the socket. Total of 4x nuts will be used.
Keeping the plastic cover tilted (not to allow the nuts to fall off) align the cover to the Rover front. You may need to slightly push it to meet the MEB contour.
Put 4x m4x10 torx screws in the corresponding holes and tighten them.
step 2 assembly
4x round rubber bushings
First you need to align the MEB cables properly to make sure the right cable is connected to the right wheel. Take the cables out of the frame cutout after step 1.
Insert the front cable (the one located closer to the Rover front) first into the cutout.
Insert the rear cable second. Front and rear cable position in MEB corresponds in front and rear wheel.
Keep the wheel cables ends covered with heat-shinks as provided out of the box. Don't take them off until the manual says so.
Slide a rubber bushing on each of the wheel cable.
Take the lower (rear) cable out of the groove.
Slide the higher (front) cable bushing into the groove. And then to the same with lower cable. Repeat on the other side.
For kits delivered after September 2020 - the ones with groved suspension beams, further cable routing is staightforward. You'll need to lay the cables on the suspension beams and fix them in place using zip-ties. This improvement allows for replacement of the suspension beams without any need of cutting the cables.