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11 minutes ago, Niki said:

thanks for all these tips guys.  @topgear also see this from the video i sent

 https://fr.aliexpress.com/item/1005002434786686.html?spm=a2g0o.cart.0.0.7c403c00TqqX7G&mp=1

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Sorry @Niki.... I can't avoid commenting... an item for sale on the French site of Aliexpress... this is the devotion that FJ owners have to their cars... :D

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Just wanted to share with all the xterra owners here .Easy way to secure cargo with bungee cords and spring nuts. These can be found at Golden Screws Ras Al Khor.  Pictures are self explanatory 

Hey @Foxtrot Oscar, @Niki Patel, @Chaitanya D, @sertac, @Emmanuel, @Mohamed Seidam, @topgear, @Srikumar, @Jefy, @GauravSoni, &@Gaurav. I’ve almost tried it all 😂 I hate, absolutely hate rattling a

As Gaurav said above,   I have a big military bag with everything in the bag (multiple compartments, yes also the jack). I always secured it with bungie ropes (or how do you call these thing

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24 minutes ago, Gaurav said:

Hahahah, I feel its Japanese "non" engineering design issue.

Never had this issue with German, UK and US brand of cars.

we Japanese car owners see this as 'features' that highlights our cars 'serviceability/repairability' :) 

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