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xterra07:
A wild horse totalled my 2007 Xterra in Wyoming during a head-on collision, and I want to protect my 2015, so I am thinking about Shrockworks front bumper, pictures look nice, but I wanted to see one in person, would anyone care to let me see and touch?

And if I am concerned about sag and brake dive, which specific coils (link would be nice, and who can install it) would be good? With or without having a winch. Does the bumper and coils effect the Xterra warranty, specifically for suspension, or how?

Jo-BOB:
Where are you located? You can come check out my rig when ever you like. I'm out at 59th ave and 101

I've got a shrock front bumper, and a boulder ironworx/insain fab rear bumper (full steel bumper also).

As for the coilovers I recommend some radflo 2.0 extended travel coilovers with 600 to 650 lb springs on them.

shoot me a pm and we can meet up some time.

AZ-Ted:
You'll be riding low on the stock springs.  It is a good idea to go with a stiffer spring rate when you replace the coils.

DBAX:
I'm at 43rd ave/T-Bird and have Shrock rear bumper w/ tire carrier. PM if you'd like to stop by..

xterra07:
Thanks Sfujimoto, I sent you a PM over a week ago about your front bumper.

Thanks DBAX, I will keep that in mind, but at the moment I am thinking against a rear bumper, even though it would come in handy with a spare tire there... last time being this early October when the rim cut my tire when it went flat or got off the rim at 6am on a downhill. And then the regular rim doesn't fit into the spare tire spot, so has to go on the roof...
And the sag in the back will definitely happen with a rear bumper and rim+tire, so new coils would be needed too?

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