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 Post subject: Primer's X the mod bug is back!!!
PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:27 pm 
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Intro Comments: After about 3 years of wheeling and a bunch of runs the mod bug is in full swing. I have the majority of things that I wanted to get done now its just time to wait and save up for the more expensive mods. My next major goal is 4.10 gearing and front and rear ARB air lockers.

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Make: Nissan
Year: 2008
Model: Xterra
Trim: S (for now)
Color: Midnight Blue

MODS



POWERTRAIN:
PRG motor mounts
Dynomax cat back exhaust
Rear diff breather extension
Powerstop drilled and slotted rotors and sport pads


ARMOR:
TAG front winch bumper with stinger bar
Insain Fab rear tire carrier (awaiting install)
AJ's super sliders
BTF c200k diff cover
Custom transmission skid
Hefty transfer case skid
Hefty engine skid
Shrockworks Rad Skid
Boulder Ironworks rear shock skids

SUSPENSION AND TIRES:
Bilstien 5125 rear shocks 1-3in from PRG
Old Man Emu HD 608 front coilovers with 1 inch nisstec spacers
TC clone UCAs (with upgraded uniballs and SS misalignment spacers)
Nisstec adjustable height shackles
PRG U-bolt flip kit
F+R Sway bar deleted
1.5 inch AAL
3 degree shims
265/70/16 cooper AT3s (daily driving tires)
285/75/16 Definity Dakota M/Ts

ELECTRICAL:
4ft Firestik and custom tail light mount
Heavy duty Firestik spring
Cobra 18WX ST II cb radio
Optima yellow top
Torque Pro and BT adapter
Avital remote start
Turn signal, interior dome and reverse LEDs
Sirius starmate 4
Pioneer BT headunit
LED lighting flush mounted in rear hatch
Bluesea 6 outlet fuse block

RECOVERY GEAR:
ENGO 10k winch
50 ft of Master Pull synthetic winch line
Factor 55 Prolink safety thimble
ARB snatch strap
ARB tree strap
Mile Marker shackles
Rugged Ridge snatch block
Warn aluminum fairlead

MISC:
Raingler headrest grab handles
GOBI ladder
HF interior rack
LOBO rack
Craftsman tool kit and other assorted tools
ARB tire deflator
Trasharoo in black
McMaster-Carr 175lbs rear hatch struts
Powertank tire repair kit



AWAITING INSTALL:
Insain Fab rear tire carrier
PRG motor mounts

FUTURE MODS:
The mods I have planned for the next year:
2 inch body lift
Snorkle
Alcan springs
If OT at work and next years tax season is good to me im going to go for new 4.10 gears and ARB air
lockers

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As she sits today
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Fully stock my first time at Rausch and I also decided to be a Trail Leader had a blast and met some good people also where the mod bug first started.

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My second run at Rausch with the FJ crew at this point only rocking a 2 inch lift.

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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X ( The Flying Dutchman )
PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2013 2:27 pm 
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If u want to come to BK we help you wire, idk where in NJ u are...

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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X ( The Flying Dutchman )
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You were at the fjnortheasters run? That's my group. Great bunch of guys and a few gals as well

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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X ( The Flying Dutchman )
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I'm about 45 minutes south from Newark I live down the road from the seaside boardwalk that just burnt down. That sounds good I could go for a mod day in the future it just takes me a while when it comes to the relays and switches and I lose my patience. That was a fun run those Toyota guys are fun to hang with. And their raffle was amazing I was falling asleep after the 2nd hour

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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X ( The Flying Dutchman )
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Lol. Yeah we have a bunch of clowns that run that group. Great guys though. Hopefully you will make next years run. Ill keep you all posted about that. Sorry for the thread hijack

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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X ( The Flying Dutchman )
PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2013 9:46 pm 
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I'm gonna try to it was a good time

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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X updated with some new lights
PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 7:10 pm 
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Just finished a new LED mod to help with fishing at night and setting up camp. And I dont know of such a thing as too many LEDs I bought 2 small lights from west marine they cost about $12 each and sit almost flush. ImageImage
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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X updated with some new lights
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How is that wired in ? Is it into the hatch wire or can you turn the led on and off?

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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X updated with some new lights
PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:03 pm 
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Nicely done.


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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X updated with some new lights
PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:29 pm 
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Could you get some night time shots please?

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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X updated with some new lights
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It didn't come out as bright as I hoped but its enough to see what your doing. Its more of an accent light, and the flash over powered it. I did plan on it being a little dim so I ran it with 12 gauge so I can throw up more as needed. I ran power down the driver side pillar and tapped power from my cb in the drivers side footwell for now till I wire the blue sea fuse box.
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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X updated with some new lights
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Are these switched on separately from everything else?

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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X updated with some new lights
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yep I wanted to use it whenever, it ran it off a constant power line from the battery. I found another light that is a little bigger and brighter and fits into the stainless look. Im going go to the West Marine flagship, they have a wall of LEDs that you can test to see their brightness.


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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X updated with some new lights
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Ah, OK, I see the switch now in the second picture.

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 Post subject: Re: Primer's X updated with some new lights
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You ran a wire from the back switch to the battery? I'm sorry for the stupid questions in trying to do this for my friend.

I did the same thing sorta on my fj. I put 55w back up lights on the roof rack and ran the wires up front. Figured ill do the same thing for him.

Thanks for the ideas.

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