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Thread: Hoagie27's "Overlord" - 2010 Xterra

  1. #11
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    Very nice rig Sir ,one of the best builds iv seen in a while
    2003 Nissan Xterra 4x4 ,curt roof top cargo rack, Goodyear Duratax tires 265/75 /16 on stock rims, lobo rack inside rear upper area, poormans lift,

  2. #12
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    I'd be down to check out pics of your gear storage systems.
    Might we be authorized to see inside the Overlord?
    Haha, your folks over at thenewx were killing me.
    Nice build thread! Oh, belated congrats on BOM!
    Peace ~B
    '05 Frontier NISMO SG
    3" SL | 33" Duratracs | Body Armor

  3. #13
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    Absolutly, Most of the the interior is all MOLLE pouches and such, I didn't want to do shelves or racks because I wanted to leave the rear cargo area open at all times so I can load and unload whatever gear and equipment I may need for whatever I am setting out to do, be it SCUBA diving, kayaking, going to the range etc.

    I'll be sure to take some interior shots and post em up this weekend

  4. #14
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    Updated OP

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoagie27 View Post
    Thank you, and thank you for the great products! Fun little story for ya; I've been a fan of Warn for years now, I've owned many different winches that you offer, and when I got promoted to Lieutenant at work, I sat on the committee for the new rescue truck and forestry truck. When it came time to write the spec's out for equipment, I refused to let the truck manufacture put any other winch on my fire trucks, that wasn't made by Warn. And your winches have bailed us out a few times now, inevitably, someone always makes the comment "Thank god for that winch" to which I always reply, "God didn't make that winch... Warn did!" Needless to say, since my department now has one of the best forestry trucks around, and with my experience in off-roading in general, I have been asked by a few other departments to assist in the design of there forestry trucks, and I always spec out a Warn winch!
    Cool stuff; we certainly appreciate the business.

    - Andy

  6. #16
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    Jul 2011
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    Here are some pics I took of Hoagies rig at Bald Eagle




  7. #17
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    Thanks, Farley. This build thread is seriously out of date, I'll have to start working on updating it.

  8. #18
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    OP Updated... finally.

    I still have to get some interior shots of how everything is mounted, for those of you who were asking. Need to find someone with a fish eye lens.

  9. #19
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    Check android market, there is a panorama app, might do the job.

  10. #20
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    I'm sure Fubar or Crash can help me out... or my sister, since shes a professional photographer, or Blain, since he has a jesus phone... Man I'm lazy.

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