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Date Registered: 02-2004
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T31 X-Trail Brake Pads & Rotors


Hi Guys,

Created this thread to specifically list part numbers and after-market options for the T31 X-Trail, the brakes and rotors for which are different than the T30 models (FRONT only).

I will keep adding to this post the part numbers as I come across them:

FRONT

* T31 X-Trail Front Brake Pads - Bendix 4WD - Part Number DB1946
* T31 X-Trail Front Brake Pads - EBC Ultimax Heavy Duty - Part Number DP1954
* T31 X-Trail Front Brake Pads - EBC 6000 GreenStuff - Part Number DP61954
* T31 X-Trail Front Brake Pads - QFM HPX - Part Number QDB1946 HPX
* T31 X-Trail Front Rotors - ACDelco Vented - Part Number ACDR1220
* T31 X-Trail Front Rotors - RDA Vented - Part Number RDA7882
* T31 X-Trail Front Rotors - DBA Standard - Part Number DBA2316
* T31 X-Trail Front Rotors - DBA Slotted - Part Numbers (DBA2316SL LEFT -DBA2316SR RIGHT)
* T31 X-Trail Front Rotors - DBA Street Series T2 Slotted - Part Number DBA2316S (2 required)
 



REAR (The T31 shares exactly the same rotors and brake pads with T30 models)

* T31 X-Trail Rear Brake Pads - Bendix 4WD - Part Number DB1509
* T31 X-Trail Rear Brake Pads - EBC 6000 Series GreenStuff - Part Number DP61955
* T31 X-Trail Rear Brake Pads - EBC 4000 Series GreenStuff - Part Number DP61666
* T31 X-Trail Rear Rotors - ACDelco Solid - Part Number ACDR1221
* T31 X-Trail Rear Rotors - RDA Solid - Part Number RDA7657
* T31 X-Trail Rear Rotors - DBA Standard - Part Number DBA574
* T31 X-Trail Rear Rotors - DBA Slotted - Part Numbers (DBA574SL LEFT -DBA574SR RIGHT)
* T31 X-Trail Rear Rotors - DBA Street Series T2 Slotted - Part Number DBA574S (2 required)



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Would like to put slotted ones on next time around with a bit tougher pad!

Regards Scot

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Yes Scot, that will be a good combination as it proved to be the case with the T30.

If you come across the DBA slotted rotors part number, chuck it in here.

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The aftermarket rotors are a lot more durable than the factory ones aren't they? Meaning they would last longer.

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For sure, especially the front ones, although the rear factory rotors seems to hold pretty well. Am still using the factory rear rotors 8 years after buying the car.

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Cause of all the towing that I do, I will be up for my second machining soon. I think that I will just replace the rotors and be done with it.

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You should seriously consider going with the DBA slotted ones for the front and get the Bendix 4WD pads. It's the best combination I have experienced and they last for ages.

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Re: T31 X-Trail Brake Pads & Rotors


Hi Guys,

Upon further research today, I realized that the T31 and T30 models share exactly the same REAR brake pads and rotor size, so whatever we have used for the T30 rear pads and rotors options will also be applicable to the T31 fronts.

To find-out the exact sizes of the T31 front and rear rotors, please refer to [url=[sign in to see URL] website.

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Hi Guys,

I have updated the first post with all of the available brake and rotors upgrade options available for the T31 models. This list has been confirmed by the manufacturers to be suitable for all T31 models (including the 2WD version).

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jalalski wrote:
You should seriously consider going with the DBA slotted ones for the front and get the Bendix 4WD pads. It's the best combination I have experienced and they last for ages.



Jalal, so what you are suggesting is to have DBA slotted rotors on front and back and then put Bendix 4WD pads all round?

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