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Time to clean out my garage , have the following parts fro 2010 S Xterra . To be shipped from 77382, N Houston, Tx at buyer's expense.
Would prefer local pickup.
1. 1 ea- Stock rear bumper. $50
2. 1 ea- 16" black steelie spare tire rim. Never mounted on the truck . $25
3. 1 ea- 265-70 x 16" BF Goodrich long trail mounted on 5 spoke S alloy rim , tire like new $90
4. 1 ea- stock front bumper cover with steel cross bar ( hard to ship) $40
5. 2 ea- Side step rails , Silver. $75

Will accept paypal.
Can send pics via email, have no idea how to post on the forum, sorry!
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When you say "side rails", do you mean Step Rails/Running Boards? If so, what kind of condition are they in, do they include the mounting brackets, and would they fit a 2012 Frontier CC SV?

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Doesn't look like the Xterra ones will work with the Crew Cab Frontier. They look much shorter/smaller. Maybe they'd work for the KC Fronty.
 

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Doesn't look like the Xterra ones will work with the Crew Cab Frontier. They look much shorter/smaller. Maybe they'd work for the KC Fronty.
Sorry they won't fit! These are 62" long, includes all hardware.
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No interest at all? Very surprising!
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I'm interested in your side steps. I'm located in San Antonio.
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Send me a PM , I can send pics via email or txt
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There has to be someone in TX that is getting a bumper with a tire carrier that needs a matching spare. Just think, you could leave your steelie under the X and mount the matching on the carrier. 2 spares until you can afford some better wheeling tires is not a bad idea as the sidewalls on the long fails like eating sticks with the sidewalls.
 
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