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Gents, just wanted to say hello and show some gratitude for the wealth of knowledge shared on this website. I self-gifted myself with an 09 Xterra Off Road upon returning from overseas last spring. I'v been very impressed with it's capability thus far and have started down the seemingly never-ending road of modifying it. I've spent countless hours soaking up info on here and have a heck of a build plan for my X. Anywho, greetings, again, and I look forward to joining the Xterra community.
 

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:pirate: "Ahoy, Matey! :newb: (Noobie) Welcome to TheXterra.org as our 14,364th Member! Yer on a site dedicated t' Nissan's, "2005+ Second Generation Xterra." Step aboard, take in what you can, but promise t' share what you learn!"
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Thanks guys. snoborderphx, I'm from New Bern, but I won't be stateside there til early spring. Is there a pretty decent X following in NC?
 

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There are about 10 Xterra's between the triangle, triad, and Charlotte, but all seem pretty quiet in terms of modding and off roading. I've only been with one other 2nd gen, and 3 first gens.

If you want to do some runs, URE is the closest legal place that I'm aware of.
 

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I just moved here from CO in November. Unfortunately, the offroading opportunities here are very different than CO so a stock Xterra with 32" A/Ts is more than capable of filling those needs.

I'm glad moved here, I missed the south, but I knew when moving here that I was giving up a lot of offroading. He only "offroading" I'll be doing here is driving on the beach and exploring forest service roads in the W NC mtns when camping.


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Not true at all. ATL, we have a bunch of nice smalltrails here in the triangle. URE is about 2 hours away, VA is about 3.5 hours, gulches is about 3.5 hours, windrock is about 6 hours, Harlan about 6 hours. The last three areas are more of an overnight excursion, but very well within driving distance.

If you wasn't,i will show you some of the places in the triangle. Mostly mud with some obstacles though.

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Welcome from Alabama
 
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