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Username: nomad27
Year: 2006
Make: Nissan
Model: Xterra
Trim: Off Road
Color: Night Armor


SUSPENSION/TIRES:
BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A KO 265/75R/16
Nisstech Complete OME Suspension

ARMOR:
Shrockworks Sliders
BTF Diff Cover

EXTERIOR:
Firestik 3' Antenna
Custom key job :violent1:
WeatherTech Window Deflectors
Trailer Plug in Bumper
Hood Rod Mod
Replaced Rear Hatch Struts
Keyless Entry Keypad
DEPHEP (Line X'd with crossbar attachments)
Gobi Ladder
BTF Rear Diff Cover

LIGHTING/ELECTRICAL:
Xoskel Lo Pro Light Bar
2 Hella FF75 Driving Lights (Center)
2 Hella FF75 Fog Lights (Sides)
Xoskel Rear Light Bar
2 KC Reverse Lights
Blue Sea 5026 Fuse Block (mounted in engine compartment)
OTRATTW Switches
Relocated Hill Descent and VDC switches
iPod Connection Kit
Trailer Harness Kit
ScanGauge II (thanks Usko99)

INTERIOR
WeatherTech FloorLiner DigitalFit
Sunglass Holder Mod
Cobra 75WX CB
MiniMag Mod in Center Console
Fire Extinguisher under rear seat
Rear view mirror w/ compass and thermometer[/COLOR]
Coverking MOLLE Seat Covers[/COLOR]
Olympic Mountaineer Rack

PERFORMANCE:
K&N Air Filter

GEAR:
Pelican 1650 "Truck Box" contains
- Stanley 2M Halogen Rechargeable Spotlight
- Fourtreks Dual Tool Mount (for shovel and axe)
- CB Kit with Mic, antenna, Mic Mount
- ARB Snatch Strap
- VIAIR 300P Compressor
Fiskars Shovel
Jumper Cables
Rope
Rags
Too Many Flashlights
Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Kit added to First Aid Kit

REMOVED:
Mud Flaps
Multiple Tanks of Gas
Stock Floor Mats

WISHLIST:
Depends on what I find here...


PICS:
First Day Home-




With Lights








More to come soon...
 

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Nice rig!

How did you mount your front and rear lights? Do ya have any pics of the installation process? Were did you get your rack I like it a lot!
 

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Thanks! Both light bars are from Xoskel. They are a supporting vendor here. I can not recommend them enough. I didn't take any pics during the install, but I followed a how to by Rev. That helped a lot.
 

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Thanks. I need to update my pictures. I don't have any up with the Gobi or lift yet.
 

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Great lookin X! Love the lights u got. I really want a rear light bar.. Is that Fuse Block necessary? Im a n00b when it comes to electrical things. I assume it holds the fuses to ur lights?
 

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I am also no electrical expert. I was only able to install the lights because of the great info on this site. I believe it would be possible to do the lights without the fuse box, but it would be a mess. Each positive to the lights would have to be connected to the battery as well as fused. The box is simple and clean. I now also have an easy way to connect more accessories if I choose to.
 

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I ordered and received the Coverking MOLLE seat covers. They fit a tad loose but are really tough.



 

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My version of a basic DIY canopy.

 

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Tool Holders

 

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This weekend I finally got and installed my Olympic Mountaineer rack. I have already added a maglite mount and am working on installing some quickfists.



 

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The Olympic Mountaineer rack is complete. I bought some welding plate, cut to size, painted, and installed on the rack.





To those plates I added some quickfists.



I now have an interior place to store an ax or whatever I choose.

Mounting the rack was much easier than I thought. At first, I was going to do what sotgecho did here However, I had a bag of the superstrut channel spring nuts that I thought would be perfect. The rack comes with bolts that have a handle that I thought would be ideal but they are not the same size as the channel spring nuts. Since Home Depot didn't have a 5/16" channel spring nut, I drilled and re-threaded the ones I had.



I love the set up and can't wait to take it camping.
 
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