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'01 Nissan Xterra 4x4

Discussion in 'Import and Other Trucks (Light Duty)' started by IMissPlowing, Jan 4, 2007.

  1. IMissPlowing

    IMissPlowing Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    I just registered yesterday and think this is great website. I was wondering if anyone knows if I can put a snowplow on Nissan Xterra 6cyl. 4x4 SUV? I was looking at either a SnoWay or Western Suburbanite plow. If so, do I have to make any modifications to the vehicle? I plan on using the plow for doing driveways, personal and maybe a couple of accounts.
  2. corey1977

    corey1977 Member
    from maine
    Messages: 50

    01 nissan xterra 4x4

    yes you can put a plow on your nissan suv its on the same body as the nissan trucks
  3. itsgottobegreen

    itsgottobegreen PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,351

    The surbanite is a great homeowner plow. I would personally stay away from snoway plows at all cost. Another good on to look at is a Blizzard 680LT which is a little more of a commerical plow than a western surbanite.
  4. IMissPlowing

    IMissPlowing Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    I was told by several people after I started inquiring about the Western Suburbanite that it will not fit on my '01 Nissan. There is no mount made for this year vehicle.
  5. IMissPlowing

    IMissPlowing Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    What's wrong with the SnoWay???
  6. basher

    basher PlowSite Fanatic
    from 19707
    Messages: 8,993

    Nothing and everything is wrong with every plow on the market. It needs to be properly matched for the vehicle and local support should be available. I and 100's of my customers like Snoway.

    Go to the snoway forum. Look at the things people who have experience with snoway have to say.

    Then go to the snoway web site,

    read all the responses you get to your questions

    Then go buy the plow that you like and can get support for locally and is weight and structure matched to your vehicle.
  7. toby4492

    toby4492 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,513

    Basher is correct in his statement. I think the better question here is what's wrong with itsgottobegreen and his negativity about Sno-Way? :confused:

    Quality products and good dealer support are what should way heavily into everyone's decision when buying a piece of snow and ice removal equipment. For the type of plowing you would be doing with your SUV we can provide the quality product backed by the industry's leading warranty. wesport

    As mentioned you can learn more about our snowplows at http://www.snoway.com. Thank you for your interest in our products.

    CURLERIC Member
    from NY
    Messages: 39

    I have that veh. and looked for applications aprrox. 18 months ago and could not find any.
  9. Seamus

    Seamus Member
    Messages: 43

    I have a 95 Nissan D21 KC 4x4 with a Sno-Way MT 6' 8" and it has served me well, even though I have yet to use it this season.If there is a Sno-Way model for your X you should consider it. Good luck!
  10. IMissPlowing

    IMissPlowing Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    What is the average cost for the SnoWay 22 Series?

    KLEAGLE Junior Member
    from MI
    Messages: 1

    01 Xterra Plow.

    I just put a Snow-Way plow on my 2000 xterra. It Is actually built on a frontier truck frame. Was a direct fit, no alterations required. If I am correct, the 01, 02 , and 03 are also built on the same frame. I do not think they changed frame design until 04. The Subframe and nose piece for the 01 are the same part numbers as the one's I put on my 2000. The only thing you would have to check is the number etched in the headlight's for the harness. Mine was HB-1. Think the 01 went to the HB-5 ,but not sure. Snow-way dealer should be able to help you with that. Other than that, crank up the torsion bar's all the way, counting the number of turn's on eash side and record it somewhere so you can return them to factory at the end of plow season, 350 or so lbs of rear ballast to even thing's out, and work's great.