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Date Registered: 03-2005
Location: Darwin, NT
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I have just purchased my White 5 Speed Manual ST XTRAIL from Kerry Nissan in Darwin.

Great Vehicle, not taken off road yet!

Car does 1,000klms a week travelling between Darwin and home each week.

Only got a 1/4 tank of fuel to drive away with from the dealer, however saved $4,000 on the trail.

Great Site to be a part of.

Steve
2005 White ST
NT

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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Hi Steve and welcome to the australian xtrail world emoticon

Congrats on your new purchase and am sure you gonna love it.

You've got some catching-up to do on the xtrail accessories, enhancements and trip reports on this forum, so take your time reading the posts and shoot any questions you may like to ask.

P.S. I moved your post about the mirrors to the Q&A section.

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Hi Jalalski,

I am thinking of buying some alloys for my series II due to the continual damage to my wheel covers @ $130 a throw.

Will Series I alloys fit my series II

and do you know who sells new 16" alloys at a good price.

Cheers

Steve

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Hi Steve,

They should fit as I would presume the offset is the same between series I and II.

I got series II 16" alloys on my series I exy and they're a perfect fit.

However finding them (at a good price) is a completely different ball game emoticon

I think there is a member on our forum who was selling his series I alloys. Check the "for sale" section and contact him.

Otherwise keep an eye on eBay or the wreckers.

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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: Panania, Sydney
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Steve, just a quick word of warning - if you're already scratching up your wheel covers, there's just as much chance you'll scratch up new alloy wheels - and they're much more expensive to replace than wheel covers!!!



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Tanks Rich,

I am looking for Alloys because the wheels covers are falling [sign in to see URL] being contacted on anything!

I have replaced two wheels covers which had NO marks on them whatsoever.

Nissan will not cover them under warranty either.

The plastic clip attached to the wire are very [sign in to see URL] if you have a tyre [sign in to see URL] off the covers yourself before you take it to the tyre fitter.

Cheers

Steve

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