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GunMetalGrey

2005 Nissan Titan

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211k Miles -  No large rust (Georgia truck) with a very clean frame, lil bit of surface rust here and there. Back corner had a trailer pushed into it right before I bought it. 

Crew Cab with 5.5' bed, with liner, 7,500lb towing capacity. I personally have dragged around 5,500lbs of trailer and it does it very smoothly. 
2x4 (Georgia things!) and honestly with 300lbs of sand in the bed it felt like driving a car on half tread snow tires. Quite a lot of fun to throw it sideways and just zip around in 12" of snow. 
It is on some aftermarket wheels with good tread tires (Big O brand?) but could negotiate further for a stock set of wheels with BFG KO2's that I put on less than 6 months ago (1k in tires)

Recent maintenance: All brakes and rotors, Bilstien 5100 front shocks, KYB Gas A Just rears, front wheel bearing, lower ball joints, starter, plugs, MAF, serpentine belt, all belt idlers, new AC condenser, coolant flush, trans fluid. Basically I took care of any potential issues of it running for another 100k miles!

Superchips flashpack tuner, in winter with the tonneau cover and the MPG tune I would do about 20mpg highway. It averages better mileage than most newer trucks of people I know. 

Does not burn or leak any fluids. 

This has taken me out to Colorado and all over the UP without skipping a beat and had I not come across the long wheelbase one I would be driving this one for many moons yet. 

WiBimmers price of $3,600

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4 hours ago, straight6pwr said:

are the rear fenders on these trucks a replaceable panel, or are they part of the box and cutting/welding would be required?

Part of the box.

The dent could be pushed out a lot better than it is, but I never got around to messing with it more than what is shown. 

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It's a $4k truck, as long as it's not rotting from rust or rubbing the tire the dented fender isn't an issue.

Great deal, though for me doesn't make the cut of four years newer and 50k miles less than my current ride. 😁

GLWS!

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16 hours ago, Boris3 said:

It's a $4k truck, as long as it's not rotting from rust or rubbing the tire the dented fender isn't an issue.

I wasn't entirely sure where to price it, but we all know the WiBimmers price has more flex than your average joe. 
The frame is indeed in very good shape, only the seams have any tell of Wisconsin use. Really no surface rust on anything underneath. It's handy. 

No rubbing anywhere! 

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