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So today I put on a set of 16 inch alloys off a 2011 Altima. The offset is 45.. exactly the same as the factor. They came with 215 60 R16 Tires. The van drives and looks great. I ordered a set of Michelin Tires for it from Sams Club. The load is only 91. which is 1300 (a little over 1300) pounds per tire. I hardly ever put more then 3-500 pounds in it so I will be fine. Anyhow.. The van weighs way less then my 1998 Chevrolet Astro Van that has somewhat the same tires, just a different size on it. Never worried for a minute about the load capacity of the Astro Van so I won't make a big deal out of this one. They are truck tires and made to run at 44 pounds. If I have to do away with the TPM then I will. I wonder if anyone has ever tried to locate the TPMS sensor and just unhook the module. I wonder what it would do.
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I bought a 2016 Nv200 SV 2 weeks ago.. I live in Vancleave Mississippi. starting to see more NV's daily. I love the van.. I put a set of 16 in alloys off a 2011 Altima and ordered some Michelin tires.
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Hi all, just tested a 3014 nv 200 today, with just 40000 on the clock, nice van, but I have a few questions if anyone is able to help me please,,
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Hello! I work for Sussex Campervans, where we convert the NV200 into our popular compact CamperCar. We import the Japanese petrol-auto version of the NV200 as well as using the UK-spec diesel manual version. I'm in marketing, so I'm not one of our hands-on practical guys. One thing that baffles me on the Japanese version is that there are two little sockets in the cab... anyone know what they are for? Thanks.
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Hi everyone! Just picked up a blue 2014 NV200 with only 21,000 miles. Former catering delivery vehicle for a local Italian restaurant in a small desert town so it's in great shape for a 5 year old rig. This will be my primary vehicle and camper. Looking forward to chatting with you all. d
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Hi,
Am in the UK, I'm looking for a used combi to buy, which I'll use as a one man band electrician, and as a family car.
Really can't decide if its worth hunting for a 6 speed.
I'll be doing a reasonable amount of motorway driving, have also read allsorts about the 110 hp motor possibly being a bit more bother.
I'm wondering whats the best option, will a 90, sit at say 80 mph without sounding stressed? I'm quite happy to get one chipped, as I know from experience of other diesels, it can make a good improvement.
Any advice would be great.
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