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Just saying hello to everyone.. My fiance and I recently picked up a 2004 Armada SE offroad edition.. Needed something to tow around the drag 240sx we own so we figured we'd keep it in the family.. :) We're located in Northern VA.. This is by far the nicest truck we've ever driven.. Here's some pics for ya..

Sorry for the crappy they are, it was a crappy day..





 

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Enjoy, peel off that "pathfinder badge", make sure you have the brake TSB done, and welcome! :excellent
 

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645 is a sweet ride. ;)
 

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welcome man,
i'm in northern virginia myself and i would like to be the first to reach out to you. i'm trying to get some MADA owners together to get our trucks dirty. i try and find some construction sites or what not but i would love to find some open space to run. holla at me.
 

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Welcome to the forum. I really enjoy my 04 SE offroad Armada. I like the tires that you have on there. Are those the Nitto's Tera grapler? I am in the market for some new tires for my offroad wheels and like yours.

Make sure to check out the TSB's for your Armada. I had all of mine done and I love my Mada.

Here is a link to the tsb's. click here

Kevin
 

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ockevin said:
Welcome to the forum. I really enjoy my 04 SE offroad Armada. I like the tires that you have on there. Are those the Nitto's Tera grapler? I am in the market for some new tires for my offroad wheels and like yours.

Make sure to check out the TSB's for your Armada. I had all of mine done and I love my Mada.

Here is a link to the tsb's. click here

Kevin
Yep, those are the terra grapplers.. I really do like how they look.. I've heard various reviews though regarding any offroading with them.. Heard they were great in snow, but no so great in the mud.. I have yet to personally experience either.. I've been looking at the tsb's also and will be taking mine in soon to them done.. :)

Thanks everybody!
 
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