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Link to build thread...


This is the post and current pictures that are posted on Expedition Portal, Nexterra, Irate4x4 and now here...

The price that is listed is certainly negotiable.

2009 Nissan Frontier King Cab Pro-4X
Black
4.0L Engine
6 Speed Manual Transmission

Basically every factory option available in 2009 except Nav

I am the original owner. Bought it new with 12 miles on it. Current mileage is 178,000 and change. AMSOIL fluids in Engine, Transmission, T-Case and Diffs since 60,000 miles.

$6,500.

EDIT: SEE LAST POST!!!

EDIT: Located in New Milford, CT

Engine
Injen CAI
Plenum Spacer
NISMO Shorty Equal Length Headers
True Dual Exhaust (twin Borla’s dumped behind the cab)
UpRev Dyno Tune

Drivetrain
M205 Front Diff out of a 2007 Nissan Titan (3 Rib design)
OEM Titan Half Shafts
Stock M226 Rear Diff
ARB Air Lockers in both
4.10 Gears
PRG Short Throw Shifter

Suspension
Titan Swap (PRG Upper Control Arms, Stock Titan Lowers)
SAW Remote Resi Coilovers up front, FOX 2.0 Remote Resi in the rear
Alcan Leafpack
Fred Goeske 2” Spacers in the rear
Heim Steering Upgrade

Armor
Full Set of Shrockworks Skids
Shrockworks Front Bumper with LED Fogs
Shrockworks Rear Bumper
Shrockworks Sliders

Wheels/Tires
5 OEM 16” Pro-4X Rims with 315/75R16 BFG KM2’s

MISC
ARB CKMA12 compressor mounted in toolbox with 5 gallon air tank and quick connect
Rigid 20” LED Bar up front
Rigid Dually’s reverse lights mounted to top of bed
Swing out Spare Tire Carrier with Jerry Can holder and shovel mount
Custom Built electrical system to run all that stuff
Odyssey Battery
CB radio on 4’ Firestik
Spare front axle shaft, spare heim joint, spare rear driveshaft u-joints.

Truck is in perfect working condition to hit the trails. Could use a brake overhaul, new heims in the steering and new coilovers, but it all works as it’s sitting here right now and none of that is of immediate concern, just something to consider down the road. Truck has spent its whole life in the NE so there is rust on the frame and the bottom of the rockers, bed corner. Nothing rotted through but if you want it to look all shiny and new, bust out the flap disc and get to work.

EDIT: Forgot, the RR parking brake is nonexistent. Not that it matters, the parking brakes never held the truck from the day I bought it.

I love the truck and she has taught me many things, but the sad fact is that I don’t have a lot of time to wheel, our club lost the land I really liked and I have other things to spend money on. Clean CT title in hand.




 

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Don't be shy. The sale price posted is just because I had to put something. I'll listen to any reasonable offer. Every service I've performed since it was out of warranty I have, with part numbers and dates. Truck just passed CT emissions. New clutch line two years ago, brand new Odyssey Battery this past winter.
 

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You can't build it for what I'm asking, and certainly not what I'm willing to take. Drove her to work today. Ice cold A/C. I can post pictures of anything you may want to see.
 

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You got one heck of a truck there. And you're completely right that someone couldn't build it for that price. I think what might be hurting you is the 12 or so salt covered winters that thing has seen. If you had that truck out where I live out west it would sell in about 10 minutes for more. Have you considered taking some things off of it and selling them separately and selling the rest of the truck for closer to Blue Book for your area? Just a thought.
 

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Thank you!

Blue book, or NADA book, is around $8k give or take.

I freely admit that she is rusty on the frame department. Actually everything under there is rusty, but it all works and I had it looked over a year ago and all the brake lines and things that are important were OK. Is there work I would do if I was to keep it? Sure. Does it need any of that right now? Nope.

I'm not sure what I'd take off honestly. The T-Swap can't be pulled without another suspension to put on it and nor can the drivetrain. That's where the bulk of the cash is.

If someone was to roll up and offer, say, $10,500 for it, I'd be signing the title.
 

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Updated with new lower price. $10,500. Would really like to sell her to someone that will use it.
 

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That's a good looking truck for a nice price. If I wasn't into my build as deep as I am, I'd be game for yours. Good luck on a sale / bump. JFM
 

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Final price drop. $8500 OBO. I did take a picture of the rear frame behind the shackles and the rust is worse than I thought it was. Would probably need patch plates welded in there. Picture attached for full disclosure. Both sides look the same. Rest of the frame is surface rust.



I will give this until our garage is built then it will come off the market and I will rebuild it. So, any interested party has until the GC finishes. I estimate that to be about a month and a half but it could be less, could be more too. Slab was poured yesterday.
 

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No one wants her huh?
 

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PM replied to.

Update... Again, for full disclosure...

Broke a brake line last Friday, so had her taken to the shop... ALL NEW hardlines installed along with new SS braided lines on all 4 corners and two new front calipers. Any brake issues she might have had are now dealt with.

As such, the price, while available, is no longer OBO... It's $8500.
 

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Siding is going on the garage and I'd like to buy some new toys for the new truck along with some stuff for the new garage...

$6500.

Has all new brake lines on all 4 corners, new front calipers and new front brakes. Clutch line replaced 2 years ago. New battery this past spring. Rust on the frame, rockers and bed corners. Driver front bed corner rusted out and fell off.


Drove the truck to NY 3 weeks ago and camped all week. It drives as good as it ever did. Has a heat shield rattle at low RPM but that can be removed. It’s a trail truck and you simply cannot get one that can do what this can for this money.
 

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I did the math and I'm shocked that a member in your area didn't buy your truck for what you're offering it for just simply to take all the big money parts off of it paint them, refurbish them, and put them on their (has to be rust free, low milage to make it worth it) truck and then take all the parts off their truck and put it on your truck and resell it. That's what I'd do if I lived anywhere close to you. Obviously, of course it only works out if you enjoy doing that stuff, have the ability, and are good at selling used vehicles.
 

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People don’t buy trucks on here, its a repair forum mostly. You should try off-roading forums, Craigslist, offerup.
It's on Irate and Expedition Portal. It was also put up on Facebook.
 

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If you'd consider selling your front bumper separately I'd give you my OEM unit to make the truck whole and get you a bit more of your money back?
 
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