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Date Registered: 09-2006
Location: Nth Ringwood, VIC
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Any word on the grille yet Jalal,

I can only go out to my exy so many times and imagine what it will look like with the new grille before my girlfriend thinks I have a problem. lol

Hang on a minute, she already thinks that...


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Hi Tague,

I got in touch with a friend overseas and he is checking it for me with his dealer.

He is away until mid next week, so he'll do it as soon as he gets back from his trip.

I'm on the case mate and will let you know as soon as I get the price from him.

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Date Registered: 09-2006
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excellent, thanks again Jalal.

Now I wont everybody on the forum to hope for a really cheap price... lol

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Date Registered: 09-2005
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My fingers are crossed mate! emoticon

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quote:

Tague wrote:
Now I wont everybody on the forum to hope for a really cheap price... lol



I don't know about "cheap" but let's just hope it's....."affordable" hehehehe emoticon



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Date Registered: 09-2006
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The grill is being ordered!!! Thanks to our new phillipine xtrail friends.

Thanks again Jalal for putting me intouch with Mario.

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Great news Tague and thanks to Mario for helping us out indeed. That's the xtrail spirit emoticon

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And then the other type of grill is what I have. hehehehe. I have the Jaos mesh grill.



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Date Registered: 09-2006
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WEll, finally Nissan phillipines has recieved the grill!!! Yippee.
BUT to Mario's suprise there was great big scratch on it!!! like sand paper being rubbed on it. So a new one is on order for next week.

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My question to you all who are interested is...

The grille comes completly Chrome finished, so do I leave it like that or do I paint the bottom section like the one in the original post?
Any thoughts are welcome.


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Wow Tague. That does look very nice indeed mate. Am jealous now LOL emoticon

You know what will my answer be to your chrome question mate emoticon

Leave it in its original chrome finish mate, it would look awesome on your exy!

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