Where can I get one of these?

Smyrnagc Jul 25, 2018

  1. Smyrnagc

    Smyrnagc Test Drive

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    This is a cargo storage mat system that is in a 2002 Xterra that is for sale locally. Tried to get them to sell it to me but they would not. Where can I get one? I have searched the internet and haven't been able to find one but the mat has the Nissan logo stamped on it so I would assume that it is a OEM factory product.

    Thanks for the help!

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  2. thecoalition

    thecoalition Call me Daddy Super Moderator Supporting Member

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    You can call Cherry Hill Nissan and see if they still make it or sell it.
     
  3. kirk

    kirk I once rented two prostitutes at the same time Supporting Member

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    Holy crap. Ive never seen that and now I gotta have one too!
     
  4. Smyrnagc

    Smyrnagc Test Drive

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    Let me know if you find any
     
  5. 12° North Industries

    12° North Industries Bought an X Site Sponsor

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    Hey guys, We offer a similar product from Weathertech, some of you may be using their awesome floor liners even already BUT.. I do not have the 1gen up yet but you can see the 2Gen version. There is some slight differences in the initial cutout between the two and the 1Gen does not offer the rear bumper protector. Which to be honest, I've not sold one with that ever yet.

    https://www.12degnorth.com/product-page/nissan-xterra-2-gen-cargo-trunk-liner-by-weathertech

    And for the boxes, If I could make a suggestion on an extremely versatile storage box(es) that doesn't dent the wallet and still offers expandability with use of rack-able storage bags or flat packs that fit inside and act as both dividers and a way to keep things cleaner. We offer drawer systems that you can add them into and make best use of them but not with the extra space storage tops.

    https://www.12degnorth.com/product-page/wolf-pack-by-front-runner

    And I happen to love these tie down aids.. I've given pairs away for gifts to friends and family and they buy more for themselves and others. Good ole Stratchits work great. I personally always had bungee cords for quick use of securing items rather than pull out a ratcheting strap. I really hate having to roll the ends up..

    https://www.12degnorth.com/product-page/stratchits-by-front-runner


    If you have any questions and we can be of help.. let us know. I'll work out a deal for site members.
     
    Last edited: Aug 4, 2018

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