Hey, thanks for checking out my 2000 Xterra. I've had my Xterra for 4 years now and still going strong. Warning!!! Insanity has replaced reason in the modification of this vehicle. Next installs are a custom fiberglass speaker housing that also encapsules my portable air tank and my recovery gear and up front my new Delphi XM radio. Recently installed (not in these photos) is my 48" Hi-lift Jack on the sided of the roof rack. The first modifications you will notice about my Xterra is the TJM-15 Bull"Roo"Bar and the Not so common Calmini Rack on top. To make the pieces fit cosmetically, I coated them with Line-X bedliner. It's amazingly tough and I don't have any rust problems and its easy to clean. I also have six 100 watt lights on the from and two on the back. Aside from the fact that I am as bright as the sun - it looks really good. Probably the next thing you will notice is how high off the ground it is. Not shown in these photos, but I recently installed a 3" body lift and aside from my other projects, I am fabriacting some body liners to cover the three inches of gap i now have around the engine. Everyone says that it looks like its the middle of the day when all the lights are on. I had a slight reflection problem, but I made some deflectors to shield the light from coming in the window. "IF YOU CAN READ THIS, FLIP ME OVER" Ok, I didn't come up with it on my own. I saw it on a Jeep and I had to have it so I went to www.customdecals.com and made it. It's been close to a reality a few times. The most recent was when I was letting a friend of mine drive me to Taco Bell at 2am, for reasons I will not discuss here, to satisfy a late night craving. She came off the highway incredibly too fast and flipped a bitch in the road and we spun out rather than rolled - luckily. NEVER AGAIN LET A DZ DRIVE MY CAR!!! NEVER!!!