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Very much a work in progress.

Username: smartalec1020

Make: Nissan
Model: Xterra
Trim: Pro-4x
Year: 2014
Color: Night Armor
Transmission: Automatic

Factory Options:
Tow package
Leather

Tires & Suspension
285/75R16 BFGoodrich KO2
Front:
Radflo 2.0 extended travel
PRG upper control arms
Rear:
PRG shackles (middle setting)
Deaver triple AAL (double + single)
Bilstein extended rear shocks
Rear sway bar removed

Protection:
Shrockworks rock sliders
Shrockworks differential cover
Shrockworks oil pan skid
Shrockworks transmission skid
Shrockworks transfer case skid
Shrockworks gas tank skid

Exterior:
Shrockworks front bumper
Smittybilt X2O (10,000 lbs, wireless)
Garvin adventure rack
3 gallon Rotopax mounted on roof rack
5' Hi-Lift mounted on roof rack
Shovel mounted on roof rack
Mud flaps removed

Interior:
iPad performance monitor
Drawer system in rear with tools and compressor (VIAIR 400C with 2.5 gallon tank) - http://www.thenewx.org/forum/13-interior/196449-drawer-system-compressor-build.html#post3116633
LoBo rack http://www.thenewx.org/forum/13-interior/196609-cheap-quick-low-profile-lobo-rack.html
Dog barrier (front and rear, he gets the back row with the seats down)
Gun safe

Electrical:
Factory roof lights switch replaced with SPDT (up - on, middle - off, down - on if high beams on; not momentary so the roof lights turn on when high beams turn on) http://www.thenewx.org/forum/12-electrical/196497-factory-roof-lights-switch-upgrade.html#post3117169
Optima Yellowtop D34
Bluesea fuse block
Uniden PRO520XL CB with 2' Firestik
Baofeng UV-82 ham with 4' MFJ

ToDo:
Rear differential breather
Auxiliary backup lights

Photos: (updates coming soon)









 

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Looks good! Love all the electro gizmos for lack of a better word!
 

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Good looking rig.

just be carefull with the hand held radio around the A pillar, there is an air bag that if it deploys could send that towards your or your passengers face
Yes. Fortunately it is not normally there (too tempting for thieves), I only put it up when wheeling or if I specifically need it.
 
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