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Not sure I need a "build page" but why not...

Username: Badlander

Xterra's Nickname: "Hellmaiden" - for when all Hell breaks loose

Intended use/goal : To make a functional and reliable D/D that can also be used for hauling my canoe and camping gear from point A to point B, mild off-roading and exploring the Black Hills, Bigfoot Hunting, Societal collapse / Zombie apocalypse escape pod, and whatever else I can think of...

Make: Nissan
Year: 2011
Model: Xterra
Trim: Pro-4X
Color: Night Armor
Options: Leather seats

Purchased July 2021
124,000 miles
Carfax showed 26 maintenance records and it appeared the previous owner took great care of it.

Mods it came with:
Weather Tech mats front and rear.
BFG 265/75/16's
K/N air filter
Front smoked plexi gaurd on front of hood.

Mods added so far:
Replaced K/N filter with an AEM Dryflow. Don't feel like hassling with oiling an air filter.
Weather Tech cut to fit cargo area mat.
OEM pull out cargo cover.
DX4 Rebel Wheels.
Melt mod done.

Parts on order:
ARB Rear differential cover.
Camshaft and crankshaft sensors.

To do list:
Install new Bilsteins and do alignment ( appointment is set)
Buy a better battery.
Rust abatement. Currently researching options to halt some rust and possibly coat under carriage.

Automotive parking light Wheel Tire Automotive side marker light Land vehicle

Cut to fit Weather Tech mat and OEM cargo cover:
Car Vehicle Motor vehicle Trunk Automotive design

Automotive tail & brake light Automotive parking light Car Vehicle Automotive lighting

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2011 Pro 4X,Night Armor.
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
New Bilsteins installled all the way around with newer rust free stock springs in front. Also replaced my old rusty tire hoist with a used one in much better shape. Replaced the rear muffler bracket ( the one you are supposed to take off to remove or install hitch) that was totally rusted with a new one. Replaced my rusted out steel spare rim with one of my alloy take-offs.
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