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Classic Mini Pre-A+ Genuine Timing Cover Gasket

Classic Mini Pre-A+ Genuine Timing Cover Gasket

Classic Mini Pre-A+ Genuine Timing Cover Gasket
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Internet Price $15.96
Part No: GUG705803GM
In Stock
Internet Price $15.96
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Genuine Mini Spares Klinger timing chain gasket for any BMC A series engine with 10 gasket holes, fitted until the introduction of the A plus type which had a bulge in its side where the tensioner was fitted which had 11 holes.

The klinger material is the next generation gasket and although more expensive is the best to use for longevity on those leaky old timing covers.

Green in color one side and black the other with klingersil markings.

For Pre-A+ Classic Minis, Sprites, Midgets & Morris Minors.
 
 
Question:
I just wanted to verify a part will fit my car. I have a 1973 Clubman Estate with the 11100cc. I need a new timing chain kit and was wondering if part number C-AJJ3323 would be correct for the car. Also, all of the timing cover gaskets on the site seem to be the same but is there a specific one that I should buy?
Answer:
Yes, this will work in your application (it's not stock, but better) uses the GUG705803GM gasket that is genuine and we keep it in stock.

Mini Mania Tech Team

The Classic Mini Parts and Accessories Experts


 
 
 
 
Question:
When using the Klingersil timing cover gasket, should RTV be used if so which side should it be applied?
Answer:
Good questions.

I do not use RTV.

FOLLOW UP QUESTION:  Thanks.  So you install dry? Secondly I accidentally installed the crankshaft lock washer 12A398 on the camshaft it fit just fine, do you think that is going to be an issue down the road. Thanks for all the guidance. 

FOLLOW UP ANSWER:  Most likely not, as long as the nut was good and tight.

Good luck.  Sounds you're doing a great job.

Mini Mania Tech Team
 
 
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