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My wife's new '09 Xterra's rear bumper step bolts on the drivers side were not fastened. This caused the bottom of the step to not be flush with the bumper.

I removed the rear bumper, re-attached bumper step screws, and tightened them up. Now it's flush and tight just like the other bumper is. I am kinda obsessive so I couldn't stare at gap in the bumper step any longer!!

While I was out there also found my X is pre-wired for fogs so can't wait to do the fog light mod.

Here are the few pics I took while working on the bumper as well as some pics of the wife's old first gen and our new second gen Xterra together.









 

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to bad both those tanny's are ticking time bombs.... :( Actually yours aren't and I wish i would have bought differently.
 

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Interesting to see the first gen and second gen X'es together. I didn't appreciate before what a big difference in size there was. I had two first gen ones myself. Had a 2000 and a 2003. They both lasted very well and never gave me problems. But then again, I'm obsessive about preventive maintenance. Maintenance, it's the name of the game.

Bruce S.
 
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