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Alright, as stated before I am trying to get into a Ford Raptor. I know I have a part out thread up but before I go and do that i want to try and sell it as is (Don't mind the ad, its for craiglist).

Up for sale I have my 2005 Nissan Xterra Off-Road model. Being an Off-Road model means it has a special gear ratio from the factory which is 3.69 and an electronic locking rear differential which you can only use when in 4Lo. It is a 6 speed manual and has 139,XXX miles on it. I am the second owner of the vehicle. The first owner took really good care of it and I have continued that as well. The oil has been changed every 5-6,000 miles with Mobil 1 synthetic or Amsoil full synthetic. The original owner had the timing chain replaced by Nissan, which is notorious on early model generation 2 Xterra's for wearing out and costing over $1500 to fix. I replaced the clutch at 101,000 miles. Along with the clutch I also put in a JWT light weight flywheel, which makes a world of a difference compared to the stock dual mass flywheel. I also just did the brakes at 132k. Only other fixes I have had to make to the truck was replace the radiator and both front hubs.

Now for the lifted and built part of this Xterra. I will tell you that this truck HAS been off-road a handful of times. It has seen Rausch Creek off-road park in Tremont, PA and a couple of other trails around this area. I usually wheel with an organized group. I have only gone out on my own to a trail maybe three or four times. Have never done anything stupid in it as I know the limits of the truck. The truck does have "pin striping" from brush. Also there is a dent in the rear hatch that was from a hit and run in a parking lot. Other than that there is only two minor dents in one rear fender and one front fender, both of those are from wheeling. I have built the truck entirely from stock myself and can assure you everything is in working order. Here's the part list:

Lift:
The front lift is called the "Titan Swap", think of it as a mid travel kit. There is about 10" of Travel up front.
-Radflo 2.5 Coilovers w/ Eibach 600lb springs
-PRG Custom Titan upper control arms
-Titan OEM lower control arms w/ Timbren bump stops
-Extended axle shafts
-Extended brake lines
-Rear is add-a-leafs with PRG adjustable shackle.

Cosmetic:
-Shrockworks Front bumper
-Shrockworks Rock sliders
-GOBI Ranger Rack w/ Ladder
-Custom rear bumper
-BTF Rear differential cover

Tires and Wheels
-5 285/75/16 Goodyear Duratrac E-load, 2 have 40% tread and 2 have 50% tread, spare has 85% tread.
-5 Pro-Comp 7089-6868 Black rims

The X has a ton of life left in her and I would love to see her go to a home where she will be enjoyed. If one of you guys is interested or knows anybody interested just give me a text over call as I'm busy valeting most of the time. My name is Tyler and my number is 401-787-3715.
 

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Alright, as stated before I am trying to get into a Ford Raptor. I know I have a part out thread up but before I go and do that i want to try and sell it as is (Don't mind the ad, its for craiglist).

Up for sale I have my 2005 Nissan Xterra Off-Road model. Being an Off-Road model means it has a special gear ratio from the factory which is 3.69 and an electronic locking rear differential which you can only use when in 4Lo. It is a 6 speed manual and has 139,XXX miles on it. I am the second owner of the vehicle. The first owner took really good care of it and I have continued that as well. The oil has been changed every 5-6,000 miles with Mobil 1 synthetic or Amsoil full synthetic. The original owner had the timing chain replaced by Nissan, which is notorious on early model generation 2 Xterra's for wearing out and costing over $1500 to fix. I replaced the clutch at 101,000 miles. Along with the clutch I also put in a JWT light weight flywheel, which makes a world of a difference compared to the stock dual mass flywheel. I also just did the brakes at 132k. Only other fixes I have had to make to the truck was replace the radiator and both front hubs.

Now for the lifted and built part of this Xterra. I will tell you that this truck HAS been off-road a handful of times. It has seen Rausch Creek off-road park in Tremont, PA and a couple of other trails around this area. I usually wheel with an organized group. I have only gone out on my own to a trail maybe three or four times. Have never done anything stupid in it as I know the limits of the truck. The truck does have "pin striping" from brush. Also there is a dent in the rear hatch that was from a hit and run in a parking lot. Other than that there is only two minor dents in one rear fender and one front fender, both of those are from wheeling. I have built the truck entirely from stock myself and can assure you everything is in working order. Here's the part list:

Lift:
The front lift is called the "Titan Swap", think of it as a mid travel kit. There is about 10" of Travel up front.
-Radflo 2.5 Coilovers w/ Eibach 600lb springs
-PRG Custom Titan upper control arms
-Titan OEM lower control arms w/ Timbren bump stops
-Extended axle shafts
-Extended brake lines
-Rear is add-a-leafs with PRG adjustable shackle.

Cosmetic:
-Shrockworks Front bumper
-Shrockworks Rock sliders
-GOBI Ranger Rack w/ Ladder
-Custom rear bumper
-BTF Rear differential cover

Tires and Wheels
-5 285/75/16 Goodyear Duratrac E-load, 2 have 40% tread and 2 have 50% tread, spare has 85% tread.
-5 Pro-Comp 7089-6868 Black rims

The X has a ton of life left in her and I would love to see her go to a home where she will be enjoyed. If one of you guys is interested or knows anybody interested just give me a text over call as I'm busy valeting most of the time. My name is Tyler and my number is 401-787-3715.
If I help you sell it, can I barrow your Raptor when you buy it?
 

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Price drop.

She just turned 140k today. Runs like she has 4k.

I REALLY want this to go to a member who will enjoy her and build her up. Don't make me part her out.
 

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[email protected], I wish I was on the market for one, ugh...It's ready to go out of the box!
Good luck with the sale.
 
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