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    I do have the plans still and am happy to share them! Send me a pm and we can talk some more...

    I do have the plans still and am happy to share them! Send me a pm and we can talk some more about it.
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    AdventureTaco - turbodb's build and adventures

    Here's hoping those cracks don't come back! What I've seen other people do is drill out each point/end of the crack, grind out the length of it, and then fill weld it, but I don't know how well that would work on sheet metal (if at all.) Drilling out the ends helps to stop the crack itself as...
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    Post up your drawer/storage system

    You could use velcro pads in the corners for the best of both worlds. Stays down during use but still removable for cleaning.
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    LATEST PROJECT - Truck Drawers/Sleeping Platform

    I had sent you a private message back in January but never got a reply, so just checking in to see if the drawers are still up for grabs.
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    Utilize spare tire location

    That is super cool, I might look into that myself once I get a swingout bumper and can move my spare there.
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    Nissan Photos - post your's

    How do you like your winch mount? I'm thinking of getting one myself in the mean time before I commit to a full bumper. I was looking at one from Dezert Runner offroad, but my plans to pick one up on a trip were interrupted for the foreseeable future by COVID canceling that trip.
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    Kootenay's Pro4X Frontier

    I am also very interested in seeing how you like the Coastal Offroad rear bumper as I am considering going the same route for my Frontier.
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    1998.5 Dodge Ram CTD - Sally

    Looking forward to what you come up with, I've always liked the low lift/big tires look and better ride dynamics inherent in the design.
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    Goodyear Duratrac's on Frontier?

    I run Duratracs on my '07 Frontier, no issues whatsoever with noise on the road and they perform really well off road. I had Duratracs on my last truck as well, so it's safe to say that I like them a fair bit. My only complaints with them are that they do get ever so slightly noisier as they...
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    Babe the Blue Ox - Supercharged 2000 Frontier Build + Adventures

    I'm with jhberria on the flatbed build idea, totally something I'd do if I was in the same boat.
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    Nissan Photos - post your's

    A few updates since my first post. Got a canopy to keep stuff dry until I get around to doing the bed rack/rtt sometime next summer. After that I went about replacing the factory stereo with something more modern to get bluetooth functionality, upgrading the speakers at the same time, along...
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    Nissan Photos - post your's

    I'm up in Alberta, so it can get pretty cold for several months at a time in winter. I'm fairly mechanically savvy, so a yearly seal replacement on shocks/coilovers would not really bother me if the performance was high enough.
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    Nissan Photos - post your's

    Good to know on the DK lower arms. Sounding like it's just the knuckles to look at from them. I saw a few posts over on club frontier talking about plating stock Titan lower arms to beef them up, so I may go that route. Any advice on coilovers? Part of me says don't waste time and go straight...
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    Nissan Photos - post your's

    My plan was full Titan swap, rear axle and front diff included. The rear axle will take a bit of modification to do (moving leaf spring perches and possibly shock mounts) and I might get the rear 4 linked at that same time, haven't decided yet. Probably go with stock Titan parts for the short...
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    Nissan Photos - post your's

    Just picked up this 2007 Frontier Nismo. Nothing done yet, but there are big plans for it. Titan swap w/ 34's, bumpers/sliders/skids, bed rack for a RTT... Should be a fun build!