2010 Frontier Pro4x build

#1
My turn to contribute although I don't think i'm doing anything unique or innovative. I found this manual trans pro4x with only 37k about 2 hours from me. The interior was in perfect condition probably due to the weathertech floor mats and cover king seat covers. One owner, no accidents and all the service records. I jumped on it and made an offer on the spot. Here is how she looked the day we first met.
 

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#6
The king cab is enough room for my wife and I but I wanted to improve the storage. The driver side jump seat was removed and installed on the passenger side to get rid of the car seat legs. I then mounted a first aid kit and fire ext in the recess where the seat had been.

I installed hep molle mounting plates on the door panels and rear windows. The driver side seat belt was removed with the exception of the floor buckle which is used as a dog harness attachment.
 

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#7
I liked the cover king seat covers that were on the truck when I bought it but they had faded so that the gray looked blue. The covers were so good otherwise that I just ordered another set. Hopefully now that I've tinted the front windows the replacements won't fade. If anyone needs a set and doesn't mind a gray-blue and black color pm me. They are perfect otherwise.
 

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#8
Next will be an old man emu full suspension and some cooper discoverer 255s. The tires are here and the suspension is supposed to ship any day now. Also shipping any day now is a set of truck vault drawers. Once the truck vault is in I will finish the wiring and call it done for a while and just enjoy it for the season.

I also bought this Aluma ATV trailer. I had to pul it home with my old dodge since I was in the midst of the dual battery instal when I found it for sale. I have a wheel chock and two sets of kayak mounts on order for it. The plan is to tow my Ural Gear Up and two Hobie mirage kayaks. After the season I'll likely put a set of axleless hubs and maybe notch the deck for larger wheels and tires with brakes.
 

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#15
Doc, you have such a cool build! I'm pretty jealous of that Flippac. That Fiamma awning is great how you can just set it up without anchoring it to the ground. Hell, the whole build is mobile. Set up and don't like your campsite? No problem, just drive it down the road a bit! :D

I love that drawer system too. Whole build is very slick. Great work, can't wait to see what comes next.
 
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