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Dylan2000fronty

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My 2000 Nissan Frontier 3" Calmini Suspension lift, Ranch Hand Front bumper i fabricated to fit only one of its kind i can promise you that, 16 inch ultra wheels Cooper Discover STT tires full welded exhaust, copy cat rear bumper of Calminis i built myself euro tailights anzo clear headlights with notto se h.i.d. kit poweraid throttle body spacer k&n cold air intake jet performance ecu upgrade pioneer stereo with pioneer door speakers and 6 tweeters and the pioneer sound bars mounted in headliner in backseat 2 12" kicker cvx's wired to a 12,000 watt alpine v power amp with sony xplod crossover! Thanks :)
 

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mdawg4x4

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Dylan2000fronty said:
My 2000 Nissan Frontier 3" Calmini Suspension lift, Ranch Hand Front bumper i fabricated to fit only one of its kind i can promise you that, 16 inch ultra wheels Cooper Discover STT tires full welded exhaust, copy cat rear bumper of Calminis i built myself euro tailights anzo clear headlights with notto se h.i.d. kit poweraid throttle body spacer k&n cold air intake jet performance ecu upgrade pioneer stereo with pioneer door speakers and 6 tweeters and the pioneer sound bars mounted in headliner in backseat 2 12" kicker cvx's wired to a 12,000 watt alpine v power amp with sony xplod crossover! Thanks :)
Truck looks good. Welcome to The Spot.
 

balage

Active Member
Dylan2000fronty said:
My 2000 Nissan Frontier 3" Calmini Suspension lift, Ranch Hand Front bumper i fabricated to fit only one of its kind i can promise you that, 16 inch ultra wheels Cooper Discover STT tires full welded exhaust, copy cat rear bumper of Calminis i built myself euro tailights anzo clear headlights with notto se h.i.d. kit poweraid throttle body spacer k&n cold air intake jet performance ecu upgrade pioneer stereo with pioneer door speakers and 6 tweeters and the pioneer sound bars mounted in headliner in backseat 2 12" kicker cvx's wired to a 12,000 watt alpine v power amp with sony xplod crossover! Thanks :)
Nice Frontier!
Welcome here!
 

reverendbiker

New Member
I love seeing pics of pretty trucks, but how about some shots of a real working truck? This weekend I needed to pick up some grass seed for my pastures--1100 pounds of the stuff, packed in a supersack. I usually haul it in our ranch truck (Ford F250) but was in a hurry to beat the rain, so I told 'em to drop it into the bed of my 2012 Frontier Crew Cab. The little beast squatted down pretty hard but never bottomed out and toted the load to my ranch, over 100 miles away. Not a complaint, even when I had to navigate muddy ranch roads. Used the tractor to lift the supersack out of the bed, then drove the little Fronty to town for dinner. This is one tough truck!


 

BlackTigerSE

New Member
HAHA reserector, that truck is a beast.
Reverendbiker, nice!

I believe I hauled around 2,000+ pounds of concrete with my frontier... I thought the springs were going to snap, so I took it easy on the road. Had to make 3 runs at that number. I was helping out the church my grandparents went to. All that concrete went to extending and creating a barrier on the parking lot. Tough day for all of us, especially me, who only had a chicken sandwich to eat all day.
 

mdawg4x4

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Reverndbiker, that is an awesome look for your truck. Nice to hear it carried the load OK. The most I've carried is 30 sacks of mulch.
 
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