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Date Registered: 06-2008
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
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Ok, it’s been nearly 1 year since buying my brand spanking new T31 ST, so I thought (thanks to Stephen [loafer] who gave me a little push) I would start my own ‘Members Ride’.

What I started with is:

2008 T31 ST, 6 speed manual in Platinum, L/H drawer, rubber mats, bonnet protector, headlight protectors and a tow bar.

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Things I have already done:

· 30% brighter H4 headlight globes. (Tungstrem +60%)
· Keyed towbar lock pin.
· Disabled key-in ignition warning chime.
· Genuine Nissan fog lamps. [URL=[sign in to see URL]
· Marine carpet to back cargo area.
· Radiator protection (alloy mesh). [URL=[sign in to see URL]
· Front and rear seat covers (seat airbag compatible) ]pic front , ]pic rear installed when car was new.
· LED mirror indicator covers. [URL=[sign in to see URL] [URL=[sign in to see URL]
· Extra tail/brake lights. ]pic
· Forum URL sticker and member No.
· 35% window tint.
· 3xLED glovebox light.
· Slimline weather shields. ]pic
· K&N air filter.
· ECB polished alloy nudge bar.
· Driving lights.
· Nissan driving light loom.
· TJM FUG underbody bash plate. (front, modified to fit properly)] pic
· GME UHF radio. ]pic
· 35mm Pedders suspension coil lift. (page 7)
· Genuine Nissan Bluetooth kit.
· Yokohama Geolander AT/S tyres. 215/70/16 ]pic, ]pic
· Genuine Nissan roof racks.
· Genuine Nissan roof racks
· Series 3 factory radio with 6 CD and AUX input.
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Things I want to do:

· 16’ alloys
· Rear under body protection. (home made, depending on time).
· Full length, 6 pin alloy roof cage incorporating rear mounting points. (also home made)
· Dual battery system.

At the moment that’s all I can think about.
I am sure that the mods will keep coming.


Tony


Last edited by cooch t31, 14/Nov/2010, 6:12 pm


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Date Registered: 02-2008
Location: Brisbane, Qld
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cooch t31 wrote:

Ok, it’s been nearly 1 year since buying my brand spanking new T31 ST, so I thought I would start my own ‘Members Ride’.

What I started with is:

2008 T31 ST, 6 speed manual in Platinum, L/h drawer, rubber mats, bonnet protector, headlight protectors and a tow bar.



YAHOO! emoticon

Hey Tony

Is your L/h drawer standard? The reason I ask is that when I bought my exy, it came with a R/h drawer:
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Perhaps Nissan alternated the drawers with the different models? ..... interesting emoticon

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Stephen
Nah mate, the R/h side came standard, but after I signed on the dotted line I asked for them to give me the L/h side as well.
My reason was that astheticaly, it looked wrong.
I did a lot of screwing that day. hehehehe

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Ahh emoticon

I thought about getting the L/h drawer, but am glad I didn't. I store my recovery gear on the LHS - makes it easier to retrieve in a hurry.

But I do understand your thinking ..... symetry is a good thing emoticon

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Don't g et me wrong Stephen, the L/h drawer is excellent and I think well worth the money if someone was to buy it.
Storage is great as it is as deep as the R/h drawer.
The only nigling thing is that it is shaped slightly different to the R/h. Instead of opening via a little latch, you pull the drawer up to pull it out.


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Tony,

I actually think it is WAY over-priced for a piece of plastic to be honest. Nissan are makin a killer by selling this drawer as an accessory.

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Its good value when you consider what Renault want for the engine cover. emoticon

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Don't remind me about that one LOL emoticon

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Date Registered: 06-2008
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I started this thread because I thought I'd have a bit of time to do the Xy up.
Instead work is flat out, 7 days a week for the 3rd week in a row, yay.
I mean I haven't washed her for nearly six weeks now, shame on me. emoticon
When I start, there's no stopping me.


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Today, thanks to K Rudd, I ordered a TJM FUG bashplate and an ECB nudge bar.
The plate arrives in 2 days and the bar comes in roughly 2 weeks. emoticon

Just wondering if I should wait until I fit the bar before I fit the bash plate.
Can't wait.

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