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Classic Mini Pre-Verto Clutch Kit, Borg & Beck

Classic Mini Pre-Verto Clutch Kit, Borg & Beck

Classic Mini Pre-Verto Clutch Kit, Borg & Beck
Part No: GCK100MS
$188.95
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Fits the following:
Classic Mini
The Mini's clutch assembly is the most unique in the automobile world. And since maintenance is never easy it only makes sense to do it right and complete the first time. If for any reason you have the engine out- replace the three common wear points: clutch disc, diaphram spring and throw out bearing. This kit will fit all models and sizes of engines with diaphragm clutches pre-"A+". Legendary Bork & Beck quality!
 
 
Question:
HI, I'm asking about a clutch kit and Weber carburetor for a 1979 mini.
Answer:
Is that a 998cc engine?  If so  here's the clutch kit: https://www.minimania.com/part/GCK100MS/Classic-Mini-Pre-verto-Clutch-Kit-Borg--Beck
Here's a link to the DCOE40 Weber - but note that may be too much carb for that engine: https://www.minimania.com/part/P5-001/Weber-Kit-40-Dcoe-Sprite--Race-Min
You may just want to go to an HIF38 SU carb: https://www.minimania.com/part/FZX1414-REB/Classic-Mini-15-Hif38-Su-Carburetor-Rebuilt

Hope this helps
 
 
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