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 Post subject: 2009 Nissan Frontier KC Pro-4X 6SPD
PostPosted: Thu Jul 01, 2021 7:17 am 
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Location: New Milford, CT
2009 Nissan Frontier King Cab Pro-4X
4.0L Engine
6 Speed Manual Transmission

Basically every factory option available in 2009 except Nav

I am the original owner. Bought it new with 12 miles on it. Current mileage is 178,000 and change. AMSOIL fluids in Engine, Transmission, T-Case and Diffs since 60,000 miles.

$14,500 OBO. Money talks. Make an offer, the worse thing I can say is no.

EDIT: Located in New Milford, CT

Injen CAI
Plenum Spacer
NISMO Shorty Equal Length Headers
True Dual Exhaust (twin Borla’s dumped behind the cab)
UpRev Dyno Tune

M205 Front Diff out of a 2007 Nissan Titan (3 Rib design)
OEM Titan Half Shafts
Stock M226 Rear Diff
ARB Air Lockers in both
4.10 Gears
PRG Short Throw Shifter

Titan Swap (PRG Upper Control Arms, Stock Titan Lowers)
SAW Remote Resi Coilovers up front, FOX 2.0 Remote Resi in the rear
Alcan Leafpack
Fred Goeske 2” Spacers in the rear
Heim Steering Upgrade

Full Set of Shrockworks Skids
Shrockworks Front Bumper with LED Fogs
Shrockworks Rear Bumper
Shrockworks Sliders

5 OEM 16” Pro-4X Rims with 315/75R16 BFG KM2’s

ARB CKMA12 compressor mounted in toolbox with 5 gallon air tank and quick connect
Rigid 20” LED Bar up front
Rigid Dually’s reverse lights mounted to top of bed
Swing out Spare Tire Carrier with Jerry Can holder and shovel mount
Custom Built electrical system to run all that stuff
Odyssey Battery
CB radio on 4’ Firestik
Spare front axle shaft, spare heim joint, spare rear driveshaft u-joints.

Truck is in perfect working condition to hit the trails. Could use a brake overhaul, new heims in the steering and new coilovers, but it all works as it’s sitting here right now and none of that is of immediate concern, just something to consider down the road. Truck has spent its whole life in the NE so there is rust on the frame and the bottom of the rockers, bed corner. Nothing rotted through but if you want it to look all shiny and new, bust out the flap disc and get to work.

EDIT: Forgot, the RR parking brake is nonexistent. Not that it matters, the parking brakes never held the truck from the day I bought it.

I love the truck and she has taught me many things, but the sad fact is that I don’t have a lot of time to wheel, our club lost the land I really liked and I have other things to spend money on. Clean CT title in hand.


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 Post subject: Re: 2009 Nissan Frontier KC Pro-4X 6SPD
PostPosted: Thu Jul 01, 2021 11:20 am 
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Good luck with the sale.
I'll miss seeing that truck bombing trails..

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 Post subject: Re: 2009 Nissan Frontier KC Pro-4X 6SPD
PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 2021 6:39 am 
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I'd love to be out bombing trails too. Time and distance is now a factor though and I personally feel like to go to Rausch and wheel like I want, I need to tow it. If I'm towing it, I might as well tow a buggy.

We're in the process of building a new garage and I have it laid out where the Tow Rig (our new truck on order) and Vicki's car will fit with a small buggy on dolley's in front of her car.

The cost to build the truck into what I always dreamed is just stupid compared to the price of some used buggy's that are already mostly what I'd want. So, to rephrase some of the OP, I won't be getting out of wheeling forever, just for the time being until I can find what I want.

All that said, I've had a trade offer, and I thank the member for that, but I am not entertaining trades at the moment.

The number posted is again OBO. Willing to negotiate for Club Members. Anyone who's seen this thing go up Diaper, or that Video from B2SR in 2018 or 19 (can't remember) knows this thing is solid and they know how I wheel.

As soon as I'm approved on Expedition Portal I'm going to throw it up there. I want this to go to someone who will take care of her and use her. She's been good to me and I'd like to see her go to a good home.

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