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Old 04-02-2002, 01:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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xterra 4wheeling videos

here are some xterras hammering it in the snow. kinda funny,
.........low riders........ at least they try though.



video the first


video the second

you can now sit there and feel good about yourself and your rig since you can do all of this in 2wd.
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Old 04-02-2002, 01:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thanks for the . There well done too bad the action is sooo . The music is more hardcore than the wheeling!
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AHAHAHAHAH check out the front weight enhancing traction device on the bumper! ( grill guard in case they run into a elephant)
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wow thats some deep snow! like 3 whole inches!!
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Old 04-02-2002, 02:34 PM   #5 (permalink)
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lowsy 4wheeling ... but cool video's ... nice work man.

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Am I the only one who thinks it's cool, that they're actually USING them for more than getting groceries.??

Weak, but cool!
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Am I the only one who thinks it's cool, that they're actually USING them for more than getting groceries.??

Weak, but cool!
thats what i was thinking, they are doing more wheeling then I am right now
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Old 04-02-2002, 04:47 PM   #8 (permalink)
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PFFFFFFFFFF!!! The video itself wasn't bad, but the 'wheelin (if you can call it that) is straight out of the mall parking lot. Here's a couple of my favorites quotes...

GO BABY GO!!! *as a XT' barrels through 6 inches of snow on flat ground*

HE'S WORKING IT GOOD!!! * as a XT' sits at a standstill spinning open diffs and dealership tires in 10 inches of snow*
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go to www.nexterra.org for some good ones. I wheeled with a few guys who had xterras, and they did damn good for their clearance and such. Of course, one of em did kill his cv shaft on one of the last hills, but they were cool nonetheless. My only issue with em was that they didn't take any pics of the zuk during the run .
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Old 04-02-2002, 05:28 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Looks like they are having fun.

Nice video.
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thats what i was thinking, they are doing more wheeling then I am right now
Dude you too You'll need these
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Re: xterra 4wheeling videos

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you can now sit there and feel good about yourself and your rig since you can do all of this in 2wd.
Baawaaahhaa

Nice video lay out though
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Old 04-02-2002, 10:20 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Classic. I guess you mean unless people rush out and build up old Broncos, Samis or Jeeps that it's funny when they take what they do have and try to have some fun on the trails anyways?

99% of us Xterra offroaders are well aware of the limitations we have regarding our IFS, crawl ratio, LSD, etc. For lots of us, myself included, the Xterra is our first forray into the world of offroading, whatever degree of "extreme" you label it. None of us have dilusions of accomplishing the same things as a Disco, CJ, Mog or G-Wagon. That's preposterous. If you think we believe we're in the same category it's time to lay down the crack pipe.

Our lack of choice in aftermarket parts and the simple fact that not many of us are willing to chop up our brand new trucks means that a lot of the time we're running these trails stock. These are all daily drivers. Aside from that, maybe there aren't many of us who see the fun in climbing rock walls or flipping over. Personally I'm in it for the destinations and club outings -- meeting up with friends to motor around the woods is a great escape from the usual 9-to-5.

Some more videos for you to snicker at:

Moab - Mirror Gulch
Moab - Narrows
Moab - Wipeout Hill
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Old 04-02-2002, 10:56 PM   #14 (permalink)
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hey superjens, i'm the culpret on this one. hope ya don't mind us enjoying your videos, we liked 'um.

don't sell yourself short, we all started off like that, and if you all would stop spending money on graphics for the side of them like that black one, you could toss in a locker and a little lift....

seriously though, we've drug a xterra up carnage and were genuinely impressed by the little rig, even though it had some short comings. and trust me, we were all envious of his ride home, as we had a long way to drive our ghetto jeeps. and trust me, they are ghetto.

so stick around and read some tech, use the search engine, don't be afraid to dent the thing, pick up a welder and zap that rear open diff till its locked, and wheel the little thing until it bleeds 80-90 from every gasket. ( that is if they put that stuff in those new fangled rigs )

by the way, nice videos, i liked them. just need lockers and deeper snow.
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Old 04-02-2002, 10:56 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Remember when the Samuri's stated hitting the trails and people laughed and joked. And remember how they went everywhere the Jeeps went but didn't break? That was cool.

I always enjoy seeing other makes of 4x4's on the trail. I think it's cool. They put it in low and do their best. Then they go home and see what mods can be done and take it out and do it again. It keeps the sport alive from all directions.
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Old 04-02-2002, 11:08 PM   #16 (permalink)
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They sure as hell drove a lot better than those other XT drivers!!!
Remember the "little gas, lotsa brake" guy??
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Why is it the rest of us Nissan guys get booted everytime we want to go wheelin with the "Elite" Xterra Clubs. All of us have trucks that are built more than those Xterras...

Videos were put together really well..
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PFFFFFFFFFF!!! The video itself wasn't bad, but the 'wheelin (if you can call it that) is straight out of the mall parking lot. Here's a couple of my favorites quotes...

GO BABY GO!!! *as a XT' barrels through 6 inches of snow on flat ground*

HE'S WORKING IT GOOD!!! * as a XT' sits at a standstill spinning open diffs and dealership tires in 10 inches of snow*
HAHAHA couldn't agree more...
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Old 04-02-2002, 11:54 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Fellas - glad to see you checked out the XTerra a little better... Im no newbie to 4X4 and I now own an X. I have had jacked up, V8 Z-71's etc and they rocked but the little X is a capable, useful little truck that has a myriad of applications. This truck fits the profile for a very good, useful 4X4. In the Australian outback or Peruvian desert a gas-guzzling, monster-tired rig wont last five minutes.. "Little" trucks like the X are the ones that do the time in those extreme conditions.... In the world of daily applied 4X4's big rigs and monster jeeps do not rule. Small, well-built and capable little trucks do. Ive passed stock wranglers in my X (when stock) off-road and am quite content with my choice (not to say the X is better but rather good competition when stock).
Granted it is sad to see so many hanging out in supermarkets but thats the beauty of the XTerra. It is a daily driver or a very good 4X4.

You guys have some sweet rigs!
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This is by far the best x terra vid ever made! :

http://www.spanishtrailrovers.com/Videos/xterra.wmv
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This is by far the best x terra vid ever made! :

http://www.spanishtrailrovers.com/Videos/xterra.wmv
*snif snif* What's that smell? Hmm.. smells like... hmm... can't quite put my finger on it. Almost like a combination of things..

I sure hope that's just the camera angle making that look like a downhill... That's embarrasing for all Nissan owners...
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This is by far the best x terra vid ever made! :

http://www.spanishtrailrovers.com/Videos/xterra.wmv
I agree, i saw that a long time ago. That is by far the worst off road driver I have ever seen, not to mention that trail isn't much more than a gravel road.
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Old 04-03-2002, 12:52 AM   #23 (permalink)
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not to mention that trail isn't much more than a gravel road
Oh, so you've been there and seen it in person!

Once again:

That was me, very new to offroading, nervous about the big door-eating rocks on the other side of the truck that I was sliding towards, nervous wheeling with a group of people I'd just met, and wondering just what the hell I was doing in my brand new truck taking it offroad in the first place.

The trail: Steep, wet, loose.
The driver: Completely inexperienced.
The truck: Completely stock, hard (35psi) street tires.
The conditions: I smoked the clutch and it kept letting loose (hence the revving engine).
Your comments: Completely stupid.

When you go from driving Honda-sized cars all your life to a much bigger (and more expensive) SUV, it's kinda hard to be a pro right off the bat. Of course, 44Runner, you've been an outstanding offroader all your life! I bow to your greatness! Can you sense the sarcasm? I can sense your ignorance.
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ok superjens, careful here, we play rough in this forum, and you got about one post before someone rips into your ass. be nice, were just playing. its obvious the driver in the last video didn't know what he was doing, thats why were all laughing so hard. he was on the gas!! and " its in 4 low, right? " was just classic. gotta learn how to crawl, and have some tough skin while chatting. everybodies been super nice to you up till now in here. their about to turn mean.
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That was me... [blah, blah,blah]



BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Dude, that video makes it plainly obvious that the Xterra would've been better off if it had been left in 4-lo, first gear and allowed to idle up the hill with nobody driving it at all!!!

Thanks for the laugh, man
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