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That’s awesome looking Armada. Is it lifted? If so what did you use? Any alignment issues? I’m strongly considering one for my next vehicle.
 

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Thats so funny. I was like Nissan? Full size? Thats not a thing. Then i looked up the Armada. 400hp V8, tons of seating and cargo capacity. Nice lines. Heres an import i could get behind. Nice rig man. I like it. Learn something new everyday.
 
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It's too bad we never got some of the Y62 patrol goodies on the Armada's but still a awesome rig. Showed your post to a buddy that's looking at picking one of these up to do a build. Looks great.
I know I wish we had the y62 but I’ll make this work haha
 

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I know I wish we had the y62 but I’ll make this work haha
I wonder what the real differences between the US spec y62 and say, the Aussies y62 is.... I ll bet there's a lot of bolt on mods you could order from down under that would still fit.

Also, nice build! I myself have two Nissan rigs. My 2003 Xterra, and my 2013 Frontier Pro-4x.
 

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I know I wish we had the y62 but I’ll make this work haha
I wonder what the real differences between the US spec y62 and say, the Aussies y62 is.... I ll bet there's a lot of bolt on mods you could order from down under that would still fit.

Also, nice build! I myself have two Nissan rigs. My 2003 Xterra, and my 2013 Frontier Pro-4x.
Surprisingly t most of there stuff don’t fit, Aussie patrols sit 1inch higher then US, the have rear lockers and multi terrain selects, we don’t, rear hitch on the Aussie is bolted on, US it built into the frame, so any rear bumpers from them wont fit
 

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Surprisingly t most of there stuff don’t fit, Aussie patrols sit 1inch higher then US, the have rear lockers and multi terrain selects, we don’t, rear hitch on the Aussie is bolted on, US it built into the frame, so any rear bumpers from them wont fit
That's unfortunate. Could you swap the rear diff for one from an international y62? Arb? Multi-terrain stuff, I could live without.
 

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Surprisingly t most of there stuff don’t fit, Aussie patrols sit 1inch higher then US, the have rear lockers and multi terrain selects, we don’t, rear hitch on the Aussie is bolted on, US it built into the frame, so any rear bumpers from them wont fit
That's unfortunate. Could you swap the rear diff for one from an international y62? Arb? Multi-terrain stuff, I could live without.
Not 100% sure, I’m sure it’ll need all the suspension Components for me why 62