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Hello All,

This is my first post on these forums. I have been doing xterra and jeep mods for a long time now, I just have never been into the forum thing. (too much talk and no substance in my opinion..) however, Ive gotten a lot of interest in a project I just finished on a 2013 X, and Ive been asked numerous times now to post some pics since there isn't really anything I've found similar that has been posted online (That i could find that is). On this truck, I now have onboard running water with the ability to heat the water as well using the coolant system. Any way, the system works great and I can pull water in from an outside source as well with complete filtration. Enjoy the pics and let me know if you have any questions.

The last thing that needs to be done is clean up everything and paint the tank.
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Really cool, especially the fill cap in the quarter-panel top LOL. How did you route the cooling system to heat the water? Do you just run a pipe though a separate tank or something?

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Hello All,

This is my first post on these forums. I have been doing xterra and jeep mods for a long time now, I just have never been into the forum thing. (too much talk and no substance in my opinion..) however, Ive gotten a lot of interest in a project I just finished on a 2013 X, and Ive been asked numerous times now to post some pics since there isn't really anything I've found similar that has been posted online (That i could find that is). On this truck, I now have onboard running water with the ability to heat the water as well using the coolant system. Any way, the system works great and I can pull water in from an outside source as well with complete filtration. Enjoy the pics and let me know if you have any questions.

The last thing that needs to be done is clean up everything and paint the tank.
This is AWESOME!!!!!!:rocking:

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Might need a water tank skid plate
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yea i run two separate lines from the pump, one for hot and one for cold. cold gets redirected straight to the back to output the water and the hot gets routed to the engine bay and run through a heat exchanger then back to the rear to output. then on the side of the tank I have a bypass valve so I can shut off either hot or cold. I have a bunch more pics but its not letting me post them.
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I have one. just took it off today to paint. just attaches to the bottom.
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Is that your OBA hookup right above the hot and cold spigots?


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