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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Username: overbo0st2k4
Year: 2005
Make: Nissan
Model: Xterra
Trim: SE 4x4
Color: Canteen Green


Volant CAI w/Powercore Filter
Mobil 1 Synthetic Engine Oil and Filter
Royal Purple Front/Rear Diff Fluid
Radiator Bypass
B&M Transmission Cooler

NXRocks Full Skids
NXRocks Split Sliders
Shrockworks Rear Diff Cover

maXTERRA Rear Bumper with Tire Carrier (and Hi-Lift Mount)
DepHep custom roof rack
4 Hella FF75 (2 Fog, 2 Driving) mounted on Xoskel LoPro Lightbar
3' FireStik Antenna mounted on a Fourtreks tubular mount
20% Front and 5% Rear Window Tint
Keyless Entry Pad hidden under fuel door
Nissan OEM Hood Deflector
PIAA Dual Sports Horns
Wade In-Channel Window Visors
Fog Light Mod
Few stickers
Removed mudflaps
Removed step rails

Navigation dock with integrated Garmin 750 GPS
Midland 75-822 CB
48" Hi-Lift jack under rear seat
AAI-NIS2 Custom iPod connection w/stock Rockford Fosgate (6CD Changer)
Raingler Barrier Net
D Cell MagLite mounted to center console
AA Cell Maglite mounted to under arm console (right under the pen holders)

Suspension and Wheels/Tires:
PRG 4WD Advanced Coilover Kit (2.0 Radflo's with 650# Eibach springs on front, PRG Heim UCA's, Radflo Emulsion's on rear, Deaver AAL)
LT265/70R17 Goodyear Wrangler DuraTracs
Stillen Slotted Rotors w/Metal Matrix Pads
1.5" Wheel Spacers
Removed rear sway bar

MODS to Come:
Shrockworks Front Bumper
2" Body Lift


New Rear Bumper Installed:


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man, i love that color...looking good!

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beautiful rig!
i love that you say "I finally have enough mods to post" and your mod list is is pretty long long. unless you did all of those mods in the last 3 days i believe you had enough mods for a build thread MONTHS ago! :)
congrats on the rig, and i also love that color :D

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Nice Rig!!! awesome color...

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Nice man, who did you get to help ya out, glad to see ya got it all on. Make sure those spacers are torqued down properly. And if you used the factory locking lug it isn't long enough so go get 4 new lugs to replace them. The other SE lugs are long enough. Looks good!

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Discussion Starter · #19 · (Edited)
My buddy helped me out. Those spacers are torqued down well, along with ThreadLocker Blue gel. And yes, I have the open ended lugs on the stock lugs, and since I already have an SE, I have the longer lugs on the spacers.

I've been running the rear spacers for atleast 3 months now, and just had to wait until I installed the lift to throw the front ones on (due to rubbing). I have a VERY slight rub right now, and will most likely do the "melt mod" when I get home today.

I went out for lunch to run some errands, and had to take a couple new pics:

There is some slight rake. I think I'll adjust the fronts so they're a little higher.
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