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 Post subject: Re: hi
PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:04 am 
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snowyfox wrote:
Hi and Welcome.

Interested to know how you compare your previous cars with the Xy.....

Well give me a few weeks with it and some off roading , i do alot of shooting so its not heavy off roding just across farm land some rough areas , so hopeing ts up to the job, will keep you informed , thanks


You'll find it spot on for what your after... Actually very capable motors tbh... I'm running 205/80/16's on mine for a little bit more clearance used to do a lot of shooting myself don't get out as much at min tho... Where you from?

Im from somerset , I like the idea of the bigger tires, any chance of a picture please .


well we may just allow you into the South West Chapter of the owners club! We are just the other side of the county line in Gods County :starwars:

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 Post subject: Re: hi
PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:32 am 
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Welcome (and behave..... :whistle: )

Behave?
That's to be boring!
Oh! & Welcome Pigeonshooter, I bought my "Kissey" for the same reasons Except I use a camera!

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 1:13 pm 
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marksparks999 wrote:
pigeonshooter wrote:
KILVY wrote:
pigeonshooter wrote:
snowyfox wrote:
Hi and Welcome.

Interested to know how you compare your previous cars with the Xy.....

Well give me a few weeks with it and some off roading , i do alot of shooting so its not heavy off roding just across farm land some rough areas , so hopeing ts up to the job, will keep you informed , thanks


You'll find it spot on for what your after... Actually very capable motors tbh... I'm running 205/80/16's on mine for a little bit more clearance used to do a lot of shooting myself don't get out as much at min tho... Where you from?

Im from somerset , I like the idea of the bigger tires, any chance of a picture please .


well we may just allow you into the South West Chapter of the owners club! We are just the other side of the county line in Gods County :starwars:

and there was me thinking somerset was gods country lol


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:08 pm 
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Mods: Private Plate, 205/80/16 M&S Tyres, Tinted Windows all round, Team Heko wind deflectors
pigeonshooter wrote:
KILVY wrote:
pigeonshooter wrote:
snowyfox wrote:
Hi and Welcome.

Interested to know how you compare your previous cars with the Xy.....

Well give me a few weeks with it and some off roading , i do alot of shooting so its not heavy off roding just across farm land some rough areas , so hopeing ts up to the job, will keep you informed , thanks


You'll find it spot on for what your after... Actually very capable motors tbh... I'm running 205/80/16's on mine for a little bit more clearance used to do a lot of shooting myself don't get out as much at min tho... Where you from?

Im from somerset , I like the idea of the bigger tires, any chance of a picture please .


Yeah no probs... :)


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 Post subject: Re: hi
PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:10 pm 
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Al try get a better pic to show them better lol :)

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 9:55 am 
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Al try get a better pic to show them better lol :)

thanks, do you find much difference with them on in any way?


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 11, 2013 2:59 pm 
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 11, 2013 4:08 pm 
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Ermmm yeah seems a bit better going along the ruts etc there about an inch and three quarters higher than standard tyres so a bit more clearance... A little more body roll than normal... I'm running Michelin Latitude Crosses a bit slippy in newly wet slimy roads lol (what aren't)
Mind I did have to make a small panel beating adjustment too inner wings wings so they would turn fully lol :D

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 26, 2019 4:05 pm 
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pigeonshooter wrote:
Hi i have just purchased my first x trail 2003 2.2 dci sport , having had numerous 4x4s ie discos troopers freelanders crv i decided i wanted a change , just got my x trail and must say was pleasantly surprised how well it goes , yet to go off road but plan to , look forward to participating in this forum
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Welcome.They are a good set of lads on here and will always help when they can....and often do. Regards Barry


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