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Value Priced Mini Cooper Clutch Kit Value Line Gen2 R55-R61

Mini Cooper Clutch Kit Value Line Gen2 R55-R61

Mini Cooper Clutch Kit Value Line Gen2 R55-R61

Aftermarket Clutch Rebuild Kit for your 2nd generation MINIS.  Quality products at a reduced price!

Kit includes:

  • Pressure plate with bolts
  • Clutch disc
  • Throwout bearing

Select Cooper or Cooper S and production dates.

Fits the following models:

2007-2013 R56 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Hardtop
2008-2014 R55 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Clubman
2009-2015 R57 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Converbible
2012-2015 R58 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Coupe
2012-2015 R59 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Roadster
2011-2015 R60 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Countryman
2013-2016 R61 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Paceman

When servicing the clutch, MINI recommends replacing the Flywheel Bolts, Pressure Plate Bolts, and the Guide Tube.  Both the Flywheel Bolts and the Pressure Plate Bolts are considered 'stretch' bolts and need to be replaced when servicing the clutch. The throwout bearing or clutch release bearing rides on the Guide Tube which is a wear item that should be replaced during a clutch service.  For a Kit including these items, see the Mini Cooper Clutch Service Kit Gen2.




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