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Created: April 05, 2018
Application Guide for the MINI Cooper and Cooper S Fender Flare or Wheel Arch Trim on the 3rd generation F-series models.
Created: December 04, 2015
Mini Cooper Front Spoiler OEM replacement application guide for identifying the correct replacement on your Mini. The Front Spoiler (or lower lip) is the trim at the bottom of the front bumper typically designed to route air around the car for improved aerodynamics.
Created: July 30, 2015
Mini Cooper Tow Hook Application Guide. The Tow Hook is an essential ingredient for any roadside emergency kit - whether you have a daily driver or a track car. Even if you don't 'tow' the car, you will need this to simply 'pull' you car onto the flatbed.
Created: July 29, 2015
Mini Cooper Emblem or Badge - Factory Original Replacement Guide. The MINI factory emblems can fade, peel, or simply disappear over time. This application guide provides an easy way to identify the correct part number for the missing emblem.
Created: July 27, 2015
Mini Cooper Platypus License Plate Holder. For MINI owners living in areas that require the front license plate, but don't want to drill holes in the front bumper, the Platypus is your answer.
Created: June 30, 2015
Mini Cooper Fender Flare Arch Trim Application Guide for identifying the correct replacement Fender Flare Arch Trim for your MINI. The black plastic fender extensions are available for all the models of the Mini Cooper. Orange indicators lights for each of the Fender flares are also available/
Created: June 24, 2015
Antenna Application Guide For All MINI Coopers. One of the most popular and easiest modifications to the MINI is the Antenna. The original 16 inch antenna can easily be damaged in a drive-thru car wash - the shorter ones are a lot more durable and look much better.
Created: April 07, 2005
Even a stock MINI is fairly low to the ground, and when you install lowered springs or low profile tires you should absolutely protect the bottom of your drive train.