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Date Registered: 10-2005
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Attention cargo barrier owners (non sunroof Series 1 models)

 I need the height and width of the Milford cargo barrier, to make sure the one I am after will fit. I spoke to Milford and they were unable to supply me the dimensions of either unit ???

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Hi Brett,

I just called Nissan for you and they have confirmed that the Milford cargo barrier for an xtrail with a sunroof will NOT fit the one without a sunroof for exactly the same reason as Phil suggested (the height of the cargo barrier is different)

Sorry mate.

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Thanks Jalal,
 Appreciated making the call and getting the answer that Milford could not give. I guess it is back to the drawing board.

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 I finally have the finances (and approval) to buy a cargo barrier, but from those I have seen in the car parks, the Milford is positioned about 15cm away from the rear seat, meaning that the rear luggage area is reduced in size. Can anyone confirm this. I understand the rear seats can be reclined and this may be the reason, but has anyone installed their's flush against the rear seat, so that the size of the luggagee area is not reduced.

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Date Registered: 06-2005
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has anyone installed their's flush against the rear seat, so that the size of the luggagee area is not reduced.



That is the reason I installed the Milford Net.

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Hi Brett,

I got the Nissan cargo barrier when I bought the car new.
I also did not like the gap between the seats and the barrier even though I knew the clearance was for the reclining rear seats.
Since I do not recline the seats much (if at all as my 4yr old does not complain about it emoticon ) I left the bottom attachment points where they were and just added an extension to the upper arms so that the barrier fits flush with the seats.
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Here is how close it is to the rear seats now.
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This shows the effect on the seat reclining.
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I also have a sunroof and this shows the roof clearance from the sunroof "bulge".
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Kev,
 What a simple [sign in to see URL] very effective. emoticon

 Thanks mate,


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Mine is an Ausguard version. The barrier is flush against the back seats and looking at Kev's pics, it's a completely different mounting position. It uses the underside of the roof... I also have the ability to move it to the back of the driver/passenger seats without too much effort as there are additional anchor points there...

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Second shot showing the position in relation to the seats.

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And final shot showing the anchor for the rear position.

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I'm looking to have an access hatch cut in mine... anyone know who could/would do that?

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Hi Brett,

By my pics I can't see why a barrier for an exy with a sunroof would not fit one without a sunroof.
Sure the height would be slightly lower and by my pic above, only a little, but the mounting arms should be the same length and attach to the same points.
Get a measurement of the arm length on your 'cheapie' and compare it to mine which is about 390mm hole-to-hole.
If you want to compare any other measurements just let me know.

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Hi Guys,

Any of you with the Milford Cargo Barrier has the fitting instructions handy?

I have an xtrailer ask me for help in obtaining the fitting instructions for a Milford barrier he recently purchased, so any help would be appreciated.

The exy model is a 2005 ST, without sunroof.

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