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PostPosted: Mon Apr 28, 2008 9:09 pm 
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Truck & Username: Bklyn.X
Year: 2001
Make: Nissan
Model: Xterra
Color: Silver Ice

History:
Original owner, purchased new in 2001.
*Championship "Team NEXterra" member (participating truck & driver)
*"ECXC Challenge" 2007, 2008, 2009 Winner
*March 2009 Truck Of The Month on ClubXterra.org
*Readers Rides, Petersen's 4WHEEL &OFF-ROAD June 2009 (12th truck down HERE)
*September 2010 Xterra of the Month on ClubXterra.org
*October 2011 Xterra of the Month on ClubXterra.org
*September 2012 Xterra of the Month on ClubXterra.org


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Exterior
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Shrockworks front bumper
Hella Rallye 4000 - HL74805K Fog lights
Warn XD9000i winch
Masterpull synthetic winch line
Shockworks rear bumper
w/tire & HiLift carrier
and Quick-Release Pin lock
Shockworks rock sliders
SkidRow Gas Tank Skid Plate
Modified Darlington Skidderz
60" All Cast HiLift Jack
Interior
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SmittyBilt G.E.A.R. Seat Covers
10 lb CO2 system plus extra tank
Mounted Maglite
Mounted Fire Extinguisher

In-Car Entertainment
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Kenwood DDX371 Head Unit with back up camera
Infinity Reference 652i speakers
Infinity Reference 653i speakers
Infinity Reference Tweeters
Infinity BassLink
Cobra 148GTL CB Radio
4' Firestick Antenna
Optima Red Top.
ARB CKSA12 Compressor
NOCO-IGD140HP-140-Battery-Isolator
Rexing V1 Dash Cam

Under the Hood / Powertrain
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VG33E 3.3 litre V6
Snorkel (the old PITA to install one...)
Volant cool air intake
Automatic transmission
Nissan TX-10 transfer case with Low range 3.7 to 1 reduction gears installed by Bandit4x4
D44; Yukon 5.13, ARB RD116, Ruff Stuff 3/8” Diff Cover, RVC Chromoly Axles, WARN 20990 Hubs with RVC 30 spline 300m upgrade
Mr. Driveshaft custom double cardan 1330 at flange, 1310 at yoke front driveshaft
H233B; Yukon 5.13, ARB RD24
ARB Heavy Duty Air Line Kit (front & rear)
Wuilwood Aluminum Tandem Chamber Master Cylinder with the Combination Proportioning Valve and Wilwood ten pound residual pressure valve
Perma-Cool 10677 Deluxe Automatic Transmission Filter Kit
B&M #70268, 11”x7 ½”x3/4” 13000BTU Automatic Transmission Super Cooler

Suspension
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Bandit4x4, Ruff Stuff, Ballistic Fab, Modified Calmini Radius Arm SAS
Fox 2.0" diameter 10" travel 50/70 valving Coil-over Remote Reservoir
Eibach 8" 300 lbs./in Top Spring, Eibach 12" 300 lbs./in Bottom Spring
Deaver BAJA Bushings
Bilstein 5100 Rear Shocks
AC shackles

Steering
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Ruff Stuff 7/8 Heim

Wheel and Tire
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33X12.5R15LT Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar for daily driving and WRANGLER MT/R WITH KEVLAR - SIZE: LT35X12.5R15 for the trail.
Daytona, Steel, Black, 15 in. x 8 in., 6 x 5.5 in. Bolt Circle, 4.75 in. Backspace

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Posing on the beach in Long Island NY on April 5th, 2008.
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Petersen's 4WHEEL &OFF-ROAD June 2009;
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Rausch, ECXC17;
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Some video;

ECXC '07 Competition, 1,

ECXC '07 Competition, 2,

ECXC '07 Competition, 3,
XterraMike's video from the ECXC '09 Competition, Thanks XterraMike,

OFR 2013.




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PostPosted: Mon Apr 28, 2008 9:20 pm 
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Love those Hellas! What size wheels and tires? I've never seen your X before, schweet!

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 28, 2008 10:27 pm 
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truck looks great.

snorkel made it even more bad ass


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Nice truck Tom. ;)
Where are the new lights? :D

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Looking good Tom.. :thumbup:

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Thanks guys. The Hella's are their larger fog lights that are sold individually. They?re a bit more expensive than the smaller ones but them matched the curve of the Shrock so nicely that I went with them. I know what a poser. :oops: The tires are 33x12.5x15 Truxus MTs on 15x8 w/4.75bs U.S. Black Steel rims. Great tires but wear too fast and are tough to balance, going to go with BFG MT soon.

Funny that with all the crap I've done to my junk the snorkel is what everyone sees first. Even when I'm driving around in Brooklyn, I get more looks now with it than before.

Ken I don't know what to do with those lights. I don't really need back up lights or fogs. :?

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Ken I don?t know what to do with those lights. I don?t really need back up lights or fogs.

Donate it to a Nexterra run raffle.
Or donate it to the ECXC raffle.

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i know there are better pics of this thing than that.
this truck was one of my favs from day one.

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I like the "poser shot" you took at the comp course Rausch back at the holiday run,your X is a very cool X :rock:

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That does look really good with the snorkle.

Maybe I'll have to bump that mod up on my list.

I'll just have to seal the CAI

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Looks Good!!!

Cannot wait to see it on the trail...

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That's all I have to say.....

...oh, and I forgot :banlick: That truck is SWEET...

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Dave had promised to move my Shrock bumper up a couple of Sundays ago to finally get rid of my "ghetto gap" and maybe gain an inch or two on my approach angle. Dave had the plates cut and ready to go on when I got to his shop on Sunday morning. We got the bumper off easily with his engine hoist. He welded the plates onto the wire brushed frame horns; we positioned the bumper and clamped it in place. He drilled four new holes through the bumper and the plates. Then we pulled it back off, wire brushed and spray painted everything, lined it up again and ran some grade 8 hardware. I drilled one more hole per side through one of the pre existing holes in the bumper into the frame horns and put another bolt per side, rewired the fog lights, CB antenna, PA and gave the whole mess another coat of spray paint on.
Poser shot in the garage of the relocated Shrock bumper;
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Changed the CL and IA bushings (http://bandit4x4.com/) today;
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I also remounted my TC skid. I had replaced the cross member that holds the torsion bars because I had bent it at the KiX Run. It is always fun mounting a F?d up skid plate on a brand new OEM part. Things just don?t line up. What a pain?

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I am happy to see that awful gap gone. It makes a lot of great I Gens look like sh*t.

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:x You saying my truck looked like sh*t???

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