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Hello everyone. I have been reading on this site for a while and decided to become a Xterra owner. I purchased a blue 2007 Off Road edition. I must say I am very impressed with it so far, but yet to have the time to go try it out off road. My near future plans for my X will be radiator bypass along with an additional tranny cooler, new tires, and some air bags for towing. I am sure that this list will grow fast, but for now this is what's needed.

I have spent most of my life living on the southern Oregon coast, and I am no stranger to wheelin. I still have my first off road rig a 74 CJ-5. I look forward to meeting and helping others where I can on this site.
 

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Welcome from North Dakota! I'll be hitting the dunes out there in April! Can't wait to see it out there!
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Welcome from North Dakota! I'll be hitting the dunes out there in April! Can't wait to see it out there!
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Our dunes are wonderful and I hope you enjoy them. There is a lot more to see here than the dunes, and I hope you take the time to find some of our other local treasures. April is a great time for visiting the waterfalls and beaches. If you want any ideas on what to see give me a shout out. I would be happy to give some good ideas on what to visit. Like Kentucky falls, or the Brummit tree to name a couple. These things will not show up on a simple what to do on Oregon Coast internet search, but are very worth seeing.
 

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Our dunes are wonderful and I hope you enjoy them. There is a lot more to see here than the dunes, and I hope you take the time to find some of our other local treasures. April is a great time for visiting the waterfalls and beaches. If you want any ideas on what to see give me a shout out. I would be happy to give some good ideas on what to visit. Like Kentucky falls, or the Brummit tree to name a couple. These things will not show up on a simple what to do on Oregon Coast internet search, but are very worth seeing.
Thanks! I'll remember that! Never been that far NW before, so pretty excited.
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