Side Mirror Housing: Silver: Left: USED
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Side Mirror Housing: Silver: Left: USED

SKU:  USED_51167192469.
WEIGHT:  3.00 lbs
brand: MINI
Our price: $39.95
list price: $139.95
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This part is USED. It has been painted silver, but since painting, some of the clear coat has become scuffed.

The Replacement Side Mirror Housing  is one of the many MINI Cooper Parts and Accessories that we carry and will fit the following MINI Cooper Models and Years:


Gen1 MINI:

R50 MINI Cooper Hatchback: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

R52 MINI Cooper Convertible: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

R52-S MINI Cooper S Convertible: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

R53-S MINI Cooper S Hatchback: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006


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Customers' comments

Received my order today Fri Mar 5, as usual excellent service with an excellent product,liked the idea that you guys sold the grill as a 2 piece rather than having to order two seperate pieces,like some of the other suppliers, will be dealing with you again in the future.Cheers Bill
Bill Frizzle

out of the box and snapped right on -- 5 minutes...looks great and goes with the black jack on the roof.
Mark

This is a review of the M12 stud conversion kit for the R53 MINI Cooper S. This is the second stud kit that I have installed. The first set was of much lessor quality and was totally worn out within six years of auto-x, track days and winter tire change-over.

These new studs appear to be far superior and slightly longer. I also like the unthreaded portion that allows lining up the nut to help prevent cross threading.

I do have one question; Do you recommend any using any lubrication on the threads of the studs?
John W

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