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#1 of 71 removing the roof rack?
Dec 03, 2001 (8:16 pm)
Don't know about the rest of you, but I don't like the look of the crew cab roof rack. Can it be removed without leaving bolt holes in the roof? I don't mind putting black plastic plates over the holes.
#2 of 71 Power windows and door locks
Jun 13, 2002 (8:33 am)
I just bought a '98 Frontier. I want to install power windows and doorlocks with remote keyless entry.
Has anyone done it already? I will appreciate your comments and advice.
#3 of 71 Aftermarket Sunroof?
Dec 24, 2003 (8:52 pm)
Just out of curiosity, is it possible to add on a sunroof aftermarket, and for how much?
I want to buy a Titan SE, but they don't offer a sunroof with that model:(
#4 of 71 Bed Cover for Titan KC
Jan 12, 2004 (2:50 pm)
Anybody know if the Pace Edwards Roll-Top Tonneau
bed cover is available for the Titan KC?
#5 of 71 CUSTOM WHEELS /TIRES FOR MY FRONTIER
Jan 23, 2004 (2:45 pm)
I HAVE A 2003 4 BANGER NISSAN FRONTIER AND WOULD LIKE TO PUT SOME CUSTOM WHEELS AND TIRES ON IT. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT SIZE I CAN GO UP TO,TO FIT THIS TRUCK. I'M THINKING OF 17" CHROME CUSTOM WHEELS WITH LOW PROFILE TIRES. PERHAPS BIGGER IF POSSIBLE WITHOUT MAKING THE TRUCK LOOK STUPID.THANKS FOR THE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#6 of 71 Re: Bed Cover for Titan KC [gonecamping #4]
Apr 15, 2004 (2:44 pm)
I just installed a Pace Edwards Jack Rabbit for my Titan King Cab. It was relatively easy to install, looks and fits great! Look here for probably the best price online (They'll also match anyone's price -$20 if you find it anywhere cheeper): www.truck-bed-covers.com/JackRabbit_hard_truck_bed_covers.htm
#8 of 71 Titan KC
Aug 09, 2004 (7:36 am)
I had too much rain and too much absorbed heat getting into bed of an 02 Tundra to go for another Jack Rabbit on my KC. Figuring I'll trailer anything bulky, I went for the color matched solid ARE LSII. (You can install bed rails on it and tote stuff on it if needed) Either way, as you need to specify it with ARE, it may be important with Jackrabbit if you have the bed track lock system or not.
#9 of 71 Re: Bed Cover for Titan KC [gonecamping]
Sep 24, 2004 (6:09 am)
If you want a soft tonneau look at the one from Extang. You can find them on the web at extang.com and they do ship direct. Go for the Saber model as it has no snaps. Mine so far works great. Costs about $300.
There are other ones on the market and the hard ones run about $1200 to $1500. They do have an advantaage as they offer better air flow, but you can not stand it straight up nor put something in the bed that needs to stand up such as the new trees your better half wants or new funiture.
If you have the Utilitrack your options seem limited as to what is available.
The factory is or was going to provide a cover but as of yet they do not or have not released it.
#10 of 71 Advance Cover
Sep 24, 2004 (8:59 am)
Advance Covers has a nice hard-panel fold-up bed cover to fit trucks with the utilitrak rails. They said it requires the tracks. I ordered one from a local installer two days ago.