crew219 said:bah . . . . the new ones are plastic? That's somewhat unfortunate. Do you happen to know the clearance from the scoop to ground? Trying to guess what the actual clearance of the murano is.
You may want to think about replacing it as soon as possible as that scoop is required (even if not necessary now that its cold). You do not want to take a chance if something goes wrong with CVT and they deny your warranty because of the missing piece.jljonsn said:After an incident with that particular piece of plastic and a parking bump, my ground clearance has increased by about 2 inches.
I changed mine at 28k miles. I could have kept them till 30k miles (48k kms) easily. So you still have few more months to go....jaak said:Hey Kris, funny you mention that, I was just looking at them myself, yesterday.
I've got about 38,000 Km and it'll be two years with the Murano the end of January. So roughly 20,000 Km a year. Having a home office makes a huge difference in the mileage I do. I noticed that immediately when I changed jobs and changed to the home office, 4.5 years ago. I used to do about 35,000 a year.
So what's 38K, roughly 24,000 miles?
While I dont' know that I need to replace them yet, I'm keeping an eye on them to ensure they're not going to be slippery in the snow, with the reduced tread depth. They're still fine in the rain and clear it well, even when it's heavy.