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« on: October 25, 2011, 11:20:54 PM »
AZ-Ted:

Year: 2006
Make: Nissan
Model: Xterra
Trim: Offroad 4x4
Color: Silver

Top of The World Trail - GoneMOAB 2013:

Photo courtesy AZ-Ted:


Here are a few pics of my X from 2011's goneMOAB event:

Photo courtesy Sexy6chick:


Photo courtesy Sexy6chick:



Mods:

Exterior:
Xoskel Full Replacement Rack (www.Xoskel.com)
(4) KC 69 series lights in front - 100W Floods and 100W Pencil Beams (www.offroadwarehouse.com)
(4) KC 26 series in back - 55W White and 35W Red (www.offroadwarehouse.com)
(2) 7" HIDs on Bumper (www.oreillyauto.com)
(2) PIAA Amber H11 Fog Light bulbs - part #13511 (www.amazon.com)
(2) Rigid Industries Dually Floods - mounted as rock lights (www.rigidindustries.com)
Quick Fist Clamps for shovel and axe (www.SierraExpeditions.com)
Trasharoo (www.SierraExpeditions.com)
Yakima Spare Tire Mount - used for 2nd spare tire on Xoskel Rack (www.courtesyparts.com)
Gobi Ladder w/heavy duty lift struts - for shrockworks bumper w/swing arm & hi-lift (Group Buy from Kneebuster on thenewx)
Airflow Snorkel (from www.4x4Parts.com)
Trico 14-B Rear Wiper (www.amazon.com)


Armor: (www.Shrockworks.com)
Shrockworks Front Bumper with hoops
Shrockworks Rear Bumper with swing arm spare tire carrier, Hi-Lift Mount, CB antenna mount
Shrockworks sliders (stock height)
Shrockworks skids (full set powdercoated gray)


Lift:
2" Body Lift from Automotive Customizers (www.4x4Parts.com)
Radflo 2.5 coilovers with Eibach 600# coils (www.prgproducts.com)
Custom AAL (2 full size leafs on each side) from Dunbar Spring in Phoenix, AZ
Rear Radflos - extended length (www.prgproducts.com)
PRG Adjustable Shackles - (www.prgproducts.com)


Titan Swap:
PRG Titan UCAs (www.prgproducts.com)
Stock Titan LCAs (www.abcnissanparts.com)
M205 Titan Front Diff (www.abcnissanparts.com)
Titan Axle Shafts (www.abcnissanparts.com)
Extended Tie Rod Ends (www.prgproducts.com)
Extended Front Brake Lines (www.prgproducts.com)
1.5" wheel spacers - for rear wheels (www.wheeladapter.com)


Wheels and Tires:
(5) Procomp Wheels (from Penski61)
(5) LT 315/75/R16 BGA MT KM2s (from Penski61)


Communications:
Uniden Pro520XL CB (from Apollo Communications in Phoenix)
Wilson 5000 Antenna with 5' whip (from Apollo Communications in Phoenix)


Entertainment:
IPOD connector for RF Stereo - PAC AAI-NIS2 (ebay)


Miscellaneous:
Scan Gauge II - for reading my own DTCs (www.autozone.com)
OTRATTW Switches - for all my lights (www.otrattw.com)
DieHard Platinum - Sealed AGM battery (www.sears.com)
Hood Rod Mod - Thanks USMC Xterra and CMHX (www.autozone.com)


Fluids:
Front Diff (M205) - Amsoil 75W-90
Rear Diff (M226) - Amsoil 75W-140
Transfer Case - Amsoil Fully Synthetic ATF
Transmission - Amsoil Fully Synthetic ATF
Power Steering - Amsoil Fully Synthetic ATF
Engine Oil - Amsoil 10W-30
Radiator - Stock Nissan Coolant
Brakes - Stock Nissan Brake Fluid


Future Mods:
Dual Battery, OBA, Winch, Air Horns, Rock Lights (for the rear)
« Last Edit: October 19, 2015, 10:48:14 PM by AZ-Ted »
2006 XOR; Titan Swapped; Fully Shrocked, etc., etc.
2013 Titan Pro4X:  A.R.E. "Z" series truck cap

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Re: AZ-Ted
« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2011, 03:50:03 PM »
Cool pics Ted

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Re: AZ-Ted
« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2013, 10:33:58 PM »
Here is a more recent picture with the 35s (315/75/16s):

2006 XOR; Titan Swapped; Fully Shrocked, etc., etc.
2013 Titan Pro4X:  A.R.E. "Z" series truck cap

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Re: AZ-Ted
« Reply #3 on: October 23, 2013, 02:53:00 AM »
Here is my new DD / tow vehicle.  The X will become a trailer queen now:

2006 XOR; Titan Swapped; Fully Shrocked, etc., etc.
2013 Titan Pro4X:  A.R.E. "Z" series truck cap

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Re: AZ-Ted
« Reply #4 on: October 23, 2013, 09:17:44 AM »
I like it Ted.

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Re: AZ-Ted
« Reply #5 on: December 13, 2013, 02:43:56 PM »
O...M...G what a beast LOL that thing is amazing!

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Re: AZ-Ted
« Reply #6 on: December 21, 2013, 07:52:05 PM »
Nice Ted. Looks sick man!!! ;D

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Re: AZ-Ted
« Reply #7 on: January 23, 2014, 05:28:09 PM »
Ted your TS'd right how does that work as a DD. I'm thinking of doing it but if rides like shit I may have second thoughts. Also does anyone in town do it? I don't have time nor the tools to tackle something like this.
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Re: AZ-Ted
« Reply #8 on: January 23, 2014, 08:55:43 PM »
Ted your TS'd right how does that work as a DD. I'm thinking of doing it but if rides like shit I may have second thoughts. Also does anyone in town do it? I don't have time nor the tools to tackle something like this.

I've been Titan Swapped since March 2009, and Daily Driving it for almost the entire time (although I did just buy a Titan pickup).  I love everything about the Titan Swap.  It handles AWESOME both on road and off!!!

My recommendation is to go with PRG Products for the swap parts (at least the PRG Titan UCAs, the extended tie-rod ends, and the extended brake lines).

I imagine a local shop could do the swap, but if you have everything you need, it could be done during a mod day.  The Titan Swap is 100% bolt-on.
2006 XOR; Titan Swapped; Fully Shrocked, etc., etc.
2013 Titan Pro4X:  A.R.E. "Z" series truck cap

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Re: AZ-Ted
« Reply #9 on: January 24, 2014, 03:22:51 PM »
Thanks Ted, I will be heading in this direction and working on getting all the parts.

T-swap / Snorkel

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Re: AZ-Ted
« Reply #10 on: January 11, 2016, 09:05:09 AM »
Ted,

I thought you'd like this. There was a guy talking some crap on one of the facebook pages, and nauturally what do I do? I check out his facebook page and looks like he is an admirer of your rig. You were his cover photo for a while on facebook haha.

thought you'd like the appreciation that you're getting out there


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« Reply #11 on: October 05, 2016, 12:56:43 PM »
^^^that's odd, Jo-BOB!  Makes you wonder why people would do that.  I like vehicles, but it will be a cold day in hell before I put someone else's truck as my cover photo.
2006 XOR; Titan Swapped; Fully Shrocked, etc., etc.
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