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Intro Comments: Hey all. Got my Xterra a Frontier friend yesterday. Going to be my daily driver. I know it's not an Xterra, but same thing. Since I don't like most other sites, I figured I would create a page for this here.

Make: Nissan
Year: 2010
Model: Frontier
Trim: SE
Color: Gray
Drive: 6 Speed, Manual

Packages: 4x4, Towing package

Mileage:
September 2017: 113450k miles

[+] = Done
[-] = In progress
[ ] = Want/need to do

MODS

Interior:
[+] Camo Seat & Steering Wheel Covers, Seat Belt Pads
[+] Door Mounted Mag Lite
[+] Interior & License Plate LED Light Upgrade
[+] Fire Extinguisher
[+] Ram Mount Cell Phone Holder
[-] WeatherTech All-Season Fitted Floor Mats for Front/Rear

Exterior:
[+] Bedlined Chrome Parts
[+] ARE Painted Bed Cap w/ side screened windows
[+] Blacked out the white inside fiberglass of the bed cap
[+] Archery Arrow Antenna
[+] Bullet Valve Stems
[+] Camo License Plate and License Plate Frames
[+] Some Outdoorsy Stickers
[+] Felt Pads to eliminate Hood shake and rattle
[+] Trico Force 20" (P) and 24" (D) Front Wiper Blades
[+] Ventvisor Ventshades
[+] Cooper Discoverer AT3 265 Tires
[+] 10k HID Headlights

Factory Recalls:
[+] Side Curtain Airbag Reprogramming

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Looks like you got right to work! Didn't you just get this a couple days ago? (or maybe I saw your post late)

If you don't mind me asking, how does the bedlinen hold up? I've thought about doing that to my X...

I like the start.
 

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Looks like you got right to work! Didn't you just get this a couple days ago? (or maybe I saw your post late)

If you don't mind me asking, how does the bedlinen hold up? I've thought about doing that to my X...

I like the start.
Thanks! I just picked it up Saturday. I've had it on the Xterra for a few years now and it seems to be holding up well.
 

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Might want to lose the valve stem caps. I had a set on my ranger and they corroded to the valve stem... I had to cut them off with a dremmel and then dealt with leaky valve stems for a bout a year until I got new tires and stems. Just a word of advise. Some anti seize might help stop that too though.
 

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Might want to lose the valve stem caps. I had a set on my ranger and they corroded to the valve stem... I had to cut them off with a dremmel and then dealt with leaky valve stems for a bout a year until I got new tires and stems. Just a word of advise. Some anti seize might help stop that too though.
These have a hard plastic inside them and screwed right on. I don't foresee them rusting inside. They are pretty tight.
 
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