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Welcome to the forum and congrats on your purchase! May it provide unlimited fun and unhampered travel across all terrains for as long as you two are together. Enjoy the time behind its wheel and your time here!
 

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I wasn't ready to start posting pics of the new truck until I had everything installed but I don't think there's much room for any more accessories so here's a few pics from camping last weekend.


The four-wheeler was giving me issues and I couldn't ride it so I still made good use of it as an anchor for my hammock (No trees in the desert in Utah...) and a drying rack for the dog bed (It rained all night Friday :crying: .)









 

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I wasn't ready to start posting pics of the new truck until I had everything installed but I don't think there's much room for any more accessories so here's a few pics from camping last weekend.


The four-wheeler was giving me issues and I couldn't ride it so I still made good use of it as an anchor for my hammock (No trees in the desert in Utah...) and a drying rack for the dog bed (It rained all night Friday :crying: .)









Sweet hot rod bro!!!::laugh::
 

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Welcome to the coolest CLUB around~!
Pull up a seat and stay awhile.

Are you ready to get started on some 'MODS' for your truck?
Here are the most important ones:

These can be found by searching this site.

1. The 'Axle Vent' MOD (plugged rear axle vent)
2. The 'SMOD' (radiator/trans fluid mix in earlier years form 05-08, but always possible in others)
3. The 'Y-Pipe' (merger of exhaust)

Speaking of the exhaust!

The 2 exhaust pipes that come from the engine, go to this merger & then to the muffler.
Pic #3 shows the merge of the 2 flattened out inlet pipes, stuffed into the inlet pipe that goes to the muffler.
The factory has done this same poor exhaust design on the Frontier since 2005..!
My 2006 Frontier was like this and now, my 2018 PRO-4X

Get under your truck & you'll see what I'm referring to.
You need to have a muffler shop cut out and replace that horrible factory 'Y-Pipe' that is just ahead of the muffler,
and install a temporary or permanent one like this one below.
I just did this to my 2018 PRO4X, (cost me $50.00), and it REALLY helped with performance & throttle response.
This is a temporary fix for now. I'll be doing a full Dual 'Siamese' exhaust later this year.

Pics 1, 2 & 3 are the section of the factory Nissan 'Y', that I had cut out, and pics 4 & 5 are of what I had installed.
 

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