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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Username: qajaqbob
Year: 2008
Trim: Off-Road
Color: Desert Sand
Mods: Year: 2008
Make: Nissan
Model: Xterra
Trim: Off-Road
Transmission: 6-speed Manual
Color: Desert Sand

Factory Equipment:
Side & Curtain Airbags
Nevada Tow package
Factory Rockford-Fosgate Audio w/ iPod adaptor
Cargo cover
Wheel locks
All-weather rubber mats (carpet in passenger side)


Volant CAI w/AMSoil air filter
QuickOilDrainValve (Fumoto)

Nissan Keyless Entry Keypad
Garmin nuvi 780 in Nissan docking station with external microphone and custom socket for MSN Direct under dash
Gentex/Nissan auto-dimming mirror with outside temperature, compass, & Homelink
ScanGauge II with BlendMount on mirror
Prodigy electronic trailer brake controller

Shrockworks sliders, skids, and diff cover
Nissan Bug deflector
Wade In-channel wind deflectors
Flexible rubber mud guards
PRG Deaver mini-pack AAL
PRG Radflo 2.0 Coilovers w/650 Eibach spring
Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires, LT285/75/R16

Racks & Carriers:
Gobi Ranger rack w/ladder, axe/shovel, hi-lift, and jerry can attachments
Yakima Mako kayak saddle & Hully Rollers
Nissan/Yakima internal bike carrier
Softride Dura 4 bike hitch rack

Other equipment:
Intro-Tech Custom Sunshade
Staun Tire Deflators
Tsunami air compressor
48" Hi-Lift Xtreme w/ OR kit, OR base

Removed for replacement:
OEM splash guards (-> Flexible rubber instead)
OEM EC mirror w/compass (-> Mirror w/Homelink, compass, and outside temp)
OEM Air intake (-> Volant)
OEM Off-Road skids (-> Shrock skids)
OEM Front Off-Road Bilstein coilovers (-> Radflos)
OEM Roof rack & storage box (-> Gobi rack)
Yakima LoadWarrior w/extension, shovel and hi-lift mounts (-> Gobi rack)

First desert trip:

Mt. Whitney climbing trip, fully loaded Yakima LoadWarrior:

Joshua Tree, with the Gobi Ranger:

PRG lift & Shrockworks diff cover (also bike & kayak racks)

Now with Goodyear Wrangler DuraTracs in LT285/75R16

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Discussion Starter #6 (Edited)
more information on the flexible mud guards.
Looks like a fine rig. :)
Flexible mud guards are a work in progress. The first ones I tried are definitely too small, especially for the rear. I'm going to install some bigger ones and then I'll post pictures.

They're just some plain fiberglass-reinforced rubber mud guards I found at Kragen Auto Parts.

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dude great looking X! I always wondered what one of these would look like without aftermarket bumpers and with a gobi in my X's color!..nice!

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It was pretty funny today, I saw your X after mtn biking and immediately thought it had to be a newx member because of all the gear! Good to run into someone in real life, guess we've all got similar outdoor activities. You've pretty much got what I want my X to look like in a few years.

I like the flexible mud guards, I'm going to have to check those out after I take off my plastic ones. Are you a fire trail rider or a single track rider for mtn biking?
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