MINI Cooper Spare Tire F60

MINI Cooper F60 Countryman Spare Tire (5 Lug)

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DT Spare 5 Lug F60
DT Spare 5 Lug F60
34.00 LBS
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Here is the best option for anyone that has decided the run flats were not the tire for them anymore (everyone?), but are afraid of running around without a spare. This spare tire will fit behind your seat for long road trip or day to day driving. This 5 lug wheel will fit all of the F60 Countrymans.

This spare comes mounted and ready to use. Nothing could be easier. As an added bonus, we installed a sticker on it for quick & easy reference to show you to keep inflated to 60 PSI & to install it on the rear! We also install a 2 inch valve stem to make checking and filling the air pressure easier. This wheel is a stock MINI spare tire rim (3.5 wide, 17" wheel, with a ET:18mm and 5x112mm lug pattern & 66.5 center bore), paired with a Kenda 125/70/17 tire to keep all your wheels close to the same diameter. This kit will fit over most front brakes that the MINI has, but will fit over ALL REAR brakes on the MINI UNLESS you have the JCW Sport Brake option (brembo kit) on your car. And for safety, you should always run a spare tire on the rear. No spacers, adapters, or special lugs needed to make this work with your MINI. This spare is about 23.9" in diameter and a little over 5" thick with the tire installed. This is the correct size spare for all MINIs no mater what size wheel and tire you have. This is designed to be used in an emergency situation for 60 miles or less and under speeds of 50 mph. By using this you will not cause any damage to the vehicle if driven in a normal manner.

Note: Will fit ALL 4 also.

1 Review

  • 5
    Fits in the 2017 Countryman F60 space

    Posted by elwha on 9th Jul 2018

    Although we love our 2017 Countryman All4 S we were not enamored with the run flat tires. I decided to try this spare and was delighted to discover that it fits under the floorboard in the rear compartment. I also put it on the rear wheel and gave it a test drive. The car seemed completely happy with the spare.

    If you do get a flat on the front you will have to put the spare on the rear and then move the rear wheel to the front as the diameter is slightly less than the stock wheels.