Looking good! Ive been wanting some of those rims for mine.
The brackets are Rago Fabrication, the ditch lights are RC Black Series Spot Lights and the lower lights are RC Black Series flood lights.What RC lighting/bracket kit is that?
Wheels (and tires) are slick bud! Same ones I have Username: EUROW
Interior: Pioneer Double DIN, AOB Nissan fitment dash switches, SmartLiner front and rear mats
Exterior: Rago ditch brackets, RC spot slights, RC flood lights, MTC rear amber floods, DIY bed rack w/ basket, passenger side swing out box
Drivetrain: PowerStop Z36 front brake kit
Suspension & Tires: Nisstec Mk.II extended travel coilovers, ADO UCA, sway bar deleted, RC N3 extended rear shocks, 1.5" shackles, Motegi Trailites w/ Falken Wildpeak AT3
Armor: OE metal radiator skid
Performance: gutted cats
Gear and Other:
In Progress: Next steps full skids and sliders, on board air
Now that I have your attention with my cheesy title, I wanted to make a thread to document my truck and progress with it.
Little background on me, I've been a mechanic/wrench turner since I was 15 (32 now). I've had ASE and MECP certifications for years. Once I got married I moved over to a more stable job and schedule so now I just build my own cars.
My last few builds have been lowered/bagged/or speed based. This truck was set to be just a daily but I couldn't leave well enough alone.
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My current truck as of now (was purchased stock):
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Right now it' has a RC puck lift and shackle, Motegi Trailite wheels, a Pioneer double din, black housing lights and leds.
Parts ordered and coming are PowerStop Z36 brake kit, ADO UCAs, Nisstec Mk.II 2.0 Extended travel coils, Rago ditch brackets and some RC Black Series lights for pillars and bumper. I've also got some AOB Nissan fitment dash switches to keep the interior looking stock. My bed rack is also a work in progress.
I'll do my best to keep this updated and going!
It definitely is the one that turns the most head when we are out on trail and on the road. His is a S model so it has the V8 instead of the turbo 6. Here's a rear photo of it with the carrier and fuel packs:The Porsche Cayenne Turbo offroad with rally wheels and lights is hilarious! I love it.