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Year: 2010
Make:Nissan
Model:Xterra
Trim: Offroad
Color: Silver




*Shrockworks Front Bumper (4/14/12)
*Shrockworks Sliders (4/3/11)
*Shrockworks Rear Bumper (4/9/11)
*Shrockworks Radiator Skid (4/14/12)
*Hefty Engine Skid (5/7/11)
*Hefty Transmission Skid (5/7/11)
*Hefty T-Case Skid (5/7/11)
*Shrockworks Rear Diff Cover (5/7/11)
*Hefty Gas Tank Skid(5/6/12)




*PRG Sway-a-Ways 2.5s 650lb' (6/8/13)
*PRG Titan UCA's (5/6/12)
*PRG Titan LCA's (5/6/12)
*PRG Shims (5/6/12)
*PRG Adjustable Shackle (5/6/12)
*PRG 2 inch Spacer (5/6/12)
*PRG AAL pack for rear (12/30/10)
*Titan Half Axel (5/6/12)
*Titan Tie Rods (5/6/12)



*K&N air filter
*Titan Diff



DepRack
Tire Carrier
Snorkel



Other:

*Uniden 510Xl not permanently installed (5/13/11)



Maintenance:

Resealed and new Oil for Rear Diff (10/28/11) only 32000
New Battery 10/22/2011 Diehard .... stock battery died
Transfer Case Oil (4/14/12) 38600
Front Diff Oil (5/6/12)
 

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Nice start to a mighty fine Xterra Page, GlamisDunesStar.
 

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Yes,I am contemplating Duratracs too - just wondering if you have driven over sharp rocks/gravel Re: sidewall thickness..
Did you get the PRG full Off-Road 2 1/2 inch suspension package? I have that on order now..
 

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InsideOut104 -32s C load

kbcmn - I don't know how thick the sidewalls are but they are I have taken them over rocks and they are awesome... I really love these tires... :) They do hummm on the road tho but it doesn't bother me. I did get the PRG Coilovers and I will be testing them tomorrow offroad in Borrego!

Here it is got it back last night:

Coilovers Installed -- 2 inch spacers removed

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With The Coilovers and UCA






 

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Beautiful! Hope my PRG package arrives soon.
I like my **** Cepek FC IIs as they are pretty tough but I know the Duratracs have a softer compound and have the "Snowflake" winter rating which would be better for the ice. I have been seeing more and more of them around my area.
The Cepeks are pretty quiet in my opinion but I am sure the Duratracs don't hum as much as a Mud Terrain tire,so should be ok for me.
Thanks for the reply :)
 
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