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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Good stuff. Handy to have a manual to do this test emoticon

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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You can do the same thing with an Auto Jalal, just don't start the engine.

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I thought it won't let you change the gear stick until the engine is started. Never tried that before.

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You just need to have the ignition in "ON" and foot on the brake to shift.

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Recently i decided it was time to get a new front bashplate. With the amount of offroading I do, and some of the trips ive been on lately, the previous bashplate just wasn't holding up to the terrain i was driving. I know it was never really designed as a proper bash plate, more of a skid plate. Being quite thin at [sign in to see URL] i think it didnt take getting hit too well. Recently i had to replace the sump as well as it had been bashed inwards.

I always had a problem with the design of it, the way it bolted on at the front. It just stopped in my eyes too short, as when offroading and i bottomed out at all it caught the ground and bent backwards.

The new design which i got custom made comes further forward and bends upwards at the front. Its made out of 4mm steel, so really I shouldnt have a problem with it. At the weekend i went offroad and on a pretty steep sand dune i bottomed out and hit the front pretty hard. This plate hardly had a mark on it. So overall at the moment im pretty happy with it. I guess time will tell.

Anyway heres a photo:

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New suspension fitted.

King springs in the rear and Pedders in the front

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Got my new rims and tyres fitted.

Ive gone with black king 16" rims and Bridgestone D697 tyres in 235 70 16

Overall really happy with the way it looks and cant wait to hit the tracks

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This is how my Xtrail sits currently:

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The wheels look great. With the D697s they fill the guards very nicely.

What do you think of the LED spotties?

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The wheels look great. With the D697s they fill the guards very nicely.

What do you think of the LED spotties?



Thanks mjs

Your right the wheels and Bridgestone tyres sit perfectly in the arches, gives the car such a different look

Bushranger Nighthawk LEDS, one word, Incredible
Ive only had them on the Xtrail for about a month, but so far they are possibly the biggest upgrade ive done, my old lightbar was great, but these are a completely different story.
The distance is literally, night becomes day.


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