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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Knowing how good you are at this Jalal, I'd say well under $500. emoticon



Very close there Brenton emoticon

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But I have no idea what RRP is on them?



RRP is around $1,075 (fitted) for the set of 4 in 15" from Nissan

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Didn't you just buy 4 new 15" tyres??



I knew you gonna ask me that emoticon Well, the new set of Toyo's are going onto my existing spanking clean 15" alloy wheels (in about 2-3 months), then all of them together are going to the auctions for the highest bidder emoticon This should help me with the cost of buying new 16" tyres and a spare 16" steel rim.




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Date Registered: 12-2004
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Jalal,

I'm sure if you asked HSCHER nicely, you might get his 16" rims fairly cheap. You'd then have to drive down to melbourne to get them. emoticon

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Jalal,

I'm sure if you asked HSCHER nicely, you might get his 16" rims fairly cheap. You'd then have to drive down to melbourne to get them. emoticon



I did ask Hscher about his rims, but I bought mine from Sydney emoticon a bit closer and I thought I'd give someone from Melbourne a chance to score Hscher's rims locally "an easier transaction" emoticon

Note though that the ones I scored are Series II 16" rims emoticon

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Date Registered: 08-2004
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Yeah I prefer the design of the series II Ti rims. The spokes are squarer and have the little indent at the end.

The big question is Jalal, are there any more available?? =D

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Yeah I prefer the design of the series II Ti rims. The spokes are squarer and have the little indent at the end.

The big question is Jalal, are there any more available?? =D




I'll keep an eye out for you Brenton emoticon This was the only set.

You now have 2 items on your wish list which I'm keeping any eye-out for:

1. The Chrome Series II Ti front grille.
2. The alloys from a series II Ti.


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I'll keep an eye out for you Brenton emoticon This was the only set.

You now have 2 items on your wish list which I'm keeping any eye-out for:

1. The Chrome Series II Ti front grille.
2. The alloys from a series II Ti.



Thanks Jalal, very kind of you, and great memory! Vice-versa too, if you're looking for anything specific, let me know.

This is a great benefit of a 'community' like this, all keeping an eye out for each other.

Oh, and if anyone has a series II Ti, make sure it's locked up at night... =D hehe just kiddin'.

Cheers
Brenton

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Thanks Jalal, very kind of you, and great memory! Vice-versa too, if you're looking for anything specific, let me know.



Don't mention it, that's the exact purpose of our little community. emoticon


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Oh, and if anyone has a series II Ti, make sure it's locked up at night... =D hehe just kiddin'.



Hey, they're doing those things in broad daylight nowadays. And locking-up wont help much, if they want it they'll get it. Didn't Geoff mention sometime last year that an Exy on his street got loaded onto a trailer and simply GONE!

Chain your exy to your house when you park it, that way they'll have to load both on the trailer, which becomes a bit more difficult to do, or you could simply choose to sleep in it LOL




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Hi Guys,

Picked-up the Series II Ti rims this morning from Malcolm (the xtrailer who sold me his rims) not a scratch on them, excellent items (thanks a lot Mal if you're reading this. Of course I had to wash them before taking these pics and for that I'll charge Mal accordingly emoticon just kidding.

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Anyway, we started chatting about our xtrails (of course! how could we not to emoticon ) and I saw Malcolm's new 17"x7" rims and the low profile Yokohama tyres and they looked awesome.

Malcolm, should be joining our forums soon and he can give you a bit more details about them.

He looks forward to participate in the trips we organise and have a bit of fun off-road.

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Date Registered: 08-2005
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Just for information I have 17" rims they are 7" wide, as 8" at the correct offset stick outside the guard’s .The tyres are Bridgestone turanza er30's 215/55/17 they also have a bead protector, which protects your rim. (On sealed roads only) they are the same as the Holden adventura I payed $219 per tyre 1yr ago.
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Date Registered: 06-2005
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Hey guys,

think my system is nuts you should see the rims that are going on my car. One hint they are bigger than 18". need I say more

 =D =D

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