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Old 08-09-2017, 03:47 AM   #14741
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I love your fender flares!

What grill is that? Pretty slick!
It's from a Terrano (pathfinder). This particular front end was exclusive to Indonesia from 2003-2007. I have the only set in the country for sure, there is no way there is anyone else dumb enough to spend what it costs for these pieces....





And kinda the look I want, but with a pickup instead of an SUV:


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Old 08-09-2017, 04:00 AM   #14742
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Shirley Fabrication in Tuscaloosa can fab you a very nice bumper the way you want it if you have plenty of coin...
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Old 08-09-2017, 04:10 AM   #14743
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It's from a Terrano (pathfinder). This particular front end was exclusive to Indonesia from 2003-2007. I have the only set in the country for sure, there is no way there is anyone else dumb enough to spend what it costs for these pieces....





And kinda the look I want, but with a pickup instead of an SUV:


Very interesting!
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Old 08-09-2017, 04:12 AM   #14744
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That's what I want but unfortunately there is only one aftermarket off-road bumper for the D21 offered in the states (ARB), and I think it's ugly as hell. Also, I don't have the ability to make one myself. My idea is to get a nice off-road bumper that's made for a toyota and modify it to fit. People do it with the OEM Toyota bumpers on their minis all the time, I figure it should also work with aftermarket bumpers. I'm thinking something like this:



it's honestly cheaper to have a custom bumper built at a local shop than to order a toyota one and modify it. Any local 4x4/fab shop can make you the bumper you want to the exact detail for fairly cheap, plus you're supporting local.

ORRRR you could have Nate216 fab you a custom bumper from dezert runner offroad, he's on here a bit less lately but he has a facebook page and fabs great stuff
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Old 08-10-2017, 04:25 AM   #14745
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What did I do to my d21 today? I fucked up my MAF sensor, that's what I did. I'm still chasing down a fast idle condition and thought I'd clean the throttle body again and add some OxGard to the connectors before continuing to test. I saw the little hole to the MF and thought, hmmmmm, there might be carbon in there so, yup, like a dumb ass I stuck a cotton swab in there thus breaking the tiny thermositor wires. So it's off to the junkyard tomorrow for me to see if I can find a replacement, otherwise I'll have to order on Amazon. Sheesh.
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does the idle stay high after warm up?
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Old 08-11-2017, 05:50 PM   #14747
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Put the half doors back on for the weekend, calling for a few nice days.
Also came into a lot of free square stock at work and after chatting with dad I put a few pieces aside to build myself a nice big welding table (when I move out), and using the rest to build a single trailer, gonna shoot for about 4x10 or 5x10, single axle, with tilt.
I've got enough junk and scrap around now that the only thing I need to buy are leaf springs and tires

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Old 08-12-2017, 02:23 AM   #14748
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Cut the wheel wells and super swampers iroc nd installed. 31's!!!!!!!!
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Old 08-12-2017, 09:35 AM   #14749
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I installed eight large eye-bolts into my canopy all around, (threaded, with nuts, not screw-in type) using doubled washers top and bottom, fat washers to spread out the load. Sealed both sides with white bath silicone.

Now I can attach additional cargo on top of the canopy safely. Three bolts down each side, one in center front and back. What you do to carry your additional load is lay out a good heavy tarp on the ground. Put mostly soft gear in the tarp, arranged upside down. Fold canopy over here and there, leaving no open spots anywhere (especially in FRONT) where the wind can get in there and blow the tarp open, or flap it around. Secure it with good cord, turn it upside down and place it on the roof of the canopy. Secure this bundle on your canopy to the eye bolts side-to-side, front to back with the center bolts, and cross corner. No problems. That sucker ain't NEVER coming loose until you reach your campsite.

This is how I managed to load so much gear for our upcoming Eclipse Campout in eastern Oregon. I leave this Sunday.

LOL...I even pulled the passenger seat to make more room for the electronics gear and 900mm telescope. Hell, it's only four bolts anyway.

And I would like to thank both this forum and many of the members for helping me over the last few months to get this truck running as it is now. You guys have been a BIG help, no kidding. I really appreciate it. I'm the point man for a group camp to view the eclipse. We're going to shoot the whole event in 1080 widescreen with Dolby 5.1. This video will be uploaded to YouTube, and somewhere along the way we're going to talk about Infamous Nissan. I will post the link on a separate thread when I get back and finish editing the video. You guys are GREAT.
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Old 08-13-2017, 03:20 AM   #14750
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Today I had the privilege of wrenching on a 91 SE V6 4x4. I love how even the top of the line model could be had with crank windows and no AC. On another note, never again will I complain about the oil filter location on the KA24E.
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