2003 Atomic Orange Nissan Xterra 4X4 Overland Build (Codename : Tigger) Picture Heavy | OVERLAND BOUND COMMUNITY

2003 Atomic Orange Nissan Xterra 4X4 Overland Build (Codename : Tigger) Picture Heavy

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ryno9562

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Sorry for the delay on the bumper set up y'all. I had some family matters that came up preventing me from getting the pictures together for the post. But, no worries because it will be posted very soon! I finally got the bumper setup dialed in exactly how I want it. Stay tuned!
 
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Sorry for the delay on the bumper set up y'all. I had some family matters that came up preventing me from getting the pictures together for the post. But, no worries because it will be posted very soon! I finally got the bumper setup dialed in exactly how I want it. Stay tuned!
Hey now.... Pics or it didn't happen....
 

ryno9562

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Sorry for the delay on the bumper set up y'all. I had some family matters that came up preventing me from getting the pictures together for the post. But, no worries because it will be posted very soon! I finally got the bumper setup dialed in exactly how I want it. Stay tuned!
Hey now.... Pics or it didn't happen....
I promise they will be up very soon!
 

YoKramer

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Looking forward to it. Ive been throwing around the idea of the hardcore offroad diy weld rear bumper and building a tire carrier and incorporating water/gas storage and a fold down table for food prep on it.
 
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reaver

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Looking forward to it. Ive been throwing around the idea of the hardcore offroad diy weld rear bumper and building a tire carrier and incorporating water/gas storage and a fold down table for food prep on it.
That's the kit that I put on mine. I will say, it wasn't the best kit.....some of the pieces didn't fit perfectly (I think they didn't bend the outer part of the bumper enough, if I recall), but I've been happy with mine.
 

YoKramer

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Looking forward to it. Ive been throwing around the idea of the hardcore offroad diy weld rear bumper and building a tire carrier and incorporating water/gas storage and a fold down table for food prep on it.
That's the kit that I put on mine. I will say, it wasn't the best kit.....some of the pieces didn't fit perfectly (I think they didn't bend the outer part of the bumper enough, if I recall), but I've been happy with mine.
Good to know. It’s hard to beat for the price and working in a body shop I have a few people to lean on to fix any issues too.
 
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