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    Hi all, I am looking to buy a NP, I am wondering as another option to open up a wider range of selection, can you get a NP middle seat into a NM (for the middle lap and sash, I have 3 kids and want them all to be safe) as the prices are a bit lower for a NM model. I will only do a bit of towing (race car) and camping 4wd but nothing serious 4wd wise. I have been loving this forum so far, such a great resource of info for paj owners.

    Cheers
    Glen
    Loving the PAJ
    |04 NP DiD GLS|Manual|ARB Bullbar|Lightforce lights|Dual Batteries|Snorkel|

  • #2
    as long as the holes line up sure.. no problem there.
    My Car is up for Sale => Link to Market Place

    Has a current Vic roadworthy (valid from the 28/04/2016)

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    • #3
      i was looking into doing this as it shouldnt take much too fit, if anything.

      but trouble is finding the whole rear seat assembly, then making sure its in good condition & been stored out of the weather, then making sure the trim matches the front seats.

      just save for a couple more weeks and get a NP.
      2005 NP GLX Pajero 3.8L 5sp auto 198,000km

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      • #4
        just a note tho, fraid seatbelts should allways be replaced.
        My Car is up for Sale => Link to Market Place

        Has a current Vic roadworthy (valid from the 28/04/2016)

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        • #5
          Thanks for your advice, looks like I will spend a bit more and get a np.
          Cheers
          Glen
          Loving the PAJ
          |04 NP DiD GLS|Manual|ARB Bullbar|Lightforce lights|Dual Batteries|Snorkel|

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          • #6
            Originally posted by GC007 View Post
            Thanks for your advice, looks like I will spend a bit more and get a np.
            Cheers
            Glen

            try getting a diesel,

            you get ABS, Stability control and traction control as standard on diesels

            and the fuel economy is great, esp when loaded.. and she runs great.

            i got mine for 12k drive away, so happy i got one !!
            My Car is up for Sale => Link to Market Place

            Has a current Vic roadworthy (valid from the 28/04/2016)

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            • #7
              NP GLX didnt get a passenger side airbag until late 04'

              NP GLS/Exceed had passenger airbag throughout the range
              2005 NP GLX Pajero 3.8L 5sp auto 198,000km

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Mitsu Miyagi View Post
                NP GLX didnt get a passenger side airbag until late 04'

                NP GLS/Exceed had passenger airbag throughout the range
                odd, mine is a late 2003 and it has one.... tho the vin states my04, sale date is oct 03
                My Car is up for Sale => Link to Market Place

                Has a current Vic roadworthy (valid from the 28/04/2016)

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                • #9
                  Yeah your right, came standard in late 04 models

                  But was an option in the earlier ones. In fact the only thing you could option on a GLX
                  2005 NP GLX Pajero 3.8L 5sp auto 198,000km

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Easykill1978 View Post
                    try getting a diesel,

                    you get ABS, Stability control and traction control as standard on diesels

                    and the fuel economy is great, esp when loaded.. and she runs great.

                    i got mine for 12k drive away, so happy i got one !!
                    That's a great buy, down my way they are around 18k plus with low 200 klm on the clock for a td. Im really hoping to stay aroung 13k plus stamp. Problem is everyone I look at has lots of dents and scratches, one even had rust and he wanted 16k.
                    Loving the PAJ
                    |04 NP DiD GLS|Manual|ARB Bullbar|Lightforce lights|Dual Batteries|Snorkel|

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                    • #11
                      true, it had 300,000km on her clock.. but a full service history..and i have never paid road worthy or onroad taxes when i have abought a car (even when i got my new camray [sp?]) if they want my money i dont pay thoses two...

                      with diesels 300,000km is nothing to worry about.

                      just do a full service once you buy one, tho get it checked before you pay.. and replace the top chain guide asap!!! and you should be good to go.

                      diesels can do 5~600,000km before needing a rebuild..
                      My Car is up for Sale => Link to Market Place

                      Has a current Vic roadworthy (valid from the 28/04/2016)

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