Ordered the rear set delete kit (with the seat belt hole option) planning on using it as a platform for my dogs instead of having the enter through the door and sit on the rear seat. After reading through the install procedures and prepping the car for install I noticed that there is only one bolt securing the delete kit. This may be ok for weight reduction but it not good for use with pets.
Got my scoop guys, many thanks from Australia...will be ordering stuff from you guys again...Ellie
Did a search online for a replacement dome light button for a 2004 mini copper s and was directed toward your site. I was, frankly, shocked by the price listed and wouldn’t be surprised if others had the same reaction, after viewing the price. After swing that outrageous price, for a dome light button, I may have to, seriously, reconsider buying anything from your sight, in light of the fact that I can purchase a, nearly, brand new one- although it’ll be used- for $25, with free shipping. Please, if you will, explain selling a button for $67. That’s, without shipping.
ANSWER from OutMotoring: Hi, yes, this is a insanely high price for such a small item, unfortunately production and other costs define the price as we have to purchase this though the MINI parts network and they sometimes have exceptionally high prices on some items.
Category:aaron rambles Posted:10-26-2015 01:12 PM Views: 5682
Synopsis: R series explored
The various MINI models are categorized using the letter R or F and then 2 digits.
This is the chassis code format that BMW uses. There are some
inconsistencies but for the most part they are pretty intuitive.
Generation 1 and 2 MINIs start with the letter "R" while the generation 3
MINIs start with the letter "F."
The first new generation Mini Hatchback/Hardtop was introduced in late 2000, being
the first model launched under the Mini marque after the original Mini
was discontinued in the same year. The Mini Hatchback/Hardtop was designed by Frank Stephenson and drew inspiration from the original two-door Mini. The R50 has two doors, a rear hatch, and front and rear seats.