This is the seal that goes on the front of the bonnet to stop rain getting atyour electrics or causing rust and was fitted to every mini and Clubman.
This is the last seal fitted by the Rover factory on all twin point injection cars. It sits under the bonnet on the windscreen scuttle panel and down the front wings about 9" each side.It needs the right angle corners to be created when fitting, cut in the rubber area only. The metal seating on the seal will only allow you to cut so far.This is a great...
This seal actually fits on the rear bonnet lip and was always included in the ignition electrics protection kits. Found on all years of cars but fitted as standard in the 80s for a while.
Called the rear bonnet seal it actually sits in the windscreen front scuttle panel on all minis up to 1991. This is the shape and size neoprene foam seal that we have found works best and has an adhesive backing to make fitting easier and less messy.
From 1990 on this seal was fitted instead of 14A9010 or JRC7008, being thinner than the previous seal it was made self adhesive and stuck to the underneath of the bonnet on the rear lip. Many cars have it fitted in the scuttle panel in front of the windscreen at the rear of the bonnet.The best seal for the bonnet to windscreen scuttle panel is the...
Original type rubber buffer fits in holes on top slam panel of front panel.Saves the bonnet vibrating and damaging paint work, later alternative is a stick on flatter type, see ADU2702.
Around 1990 they moved the bonnet buffers from the cowl to the sides of the bonnet opening. Common sense says these will work on any year Mini. THESE ARESTICK ON TYPES and useful for sticking anywhere on the bonnet landing panel to stop vibration.
Kit joints de carrosserie complet AUSTIN MINI