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SteeevO

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SteeevO last won the day on October 17 2016

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About SteeevO

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    Rugged Rocks Off Road
  • Birthday 11/06/1985

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    RuggedRocks
  • MSN
    kf6wvm@hotmail.com
  • Website URL
    http://ruggedrocksoffroad.com
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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    1990 2wd->4wd converted Pathfinder 3-Link Rugged Rocks H233B DiamondAxle Solid Axle Swap Triangulated 4 link long arm rear suspension. 5:1 Atlas Transfercase 37" BFG KM2 Tires 17" Rockathon Beadlocks Flowtech Muffler Doug Thorley ceramic Headers Cobra DX-IV CB Radio w/ 5' Firestick Antenna Yaesu 8100 Ham Radio w/ Larsen Antenna Eclipse CD5444 CD player JL Audio XR650 CSI front speakers JL Audio XR570 CXI rear speakers
  • Place of Residence
    Fontana, CA
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    I Own A Shop Or Work As A Professional Mechanic
  • Your Age
    22-29
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Serious Off Road Enthusiast
  • Model
    XE
  • Year
    1990

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Fontana, CA
  • Country
    United States
  • Interests
    Off-Roading
    Dirt-biking
    Ham Radio
    Snowboarding
    Computers
    R/C Cars
    Scuba Diving

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  1. lol thats what we were thinking.
  2. Hi Guys, Yes it was found with about $2k - $3k worth of stuff gone. I appreciate everyone that was part of helping find it. the work of this spread like wildfire on social media and we found it the same day I realized it was gone. My wife and I just moved to a new place over the weekend, with a garage which is where it will be kept moving forward. I have downsized from having shop space to just an office for a bit, and we has been in apartment, just trying to save money and in hopes of buying a house here in CA (wish us luck.. lol) But it's good to have a garage with a place to keep the pathy and have a place to tinker. Insurance money is covering most of what is gone, and I have a bit of work ahead of me. but it'll get there.
  3. Just get some weld in bungs, DOM Tubing and a couple Heim joints. A a fab shop shuld be able to ship one up for you pretty quickly.
  4. I'm actually not sure if the 33-spline split carrier exists.. atleast in the US. I've never seen one. I just looked in FAST WD22 & R50, it only lists 2-pin Carrier and LSD. However I did just do some digging in FAST and found 2 piece/4-pinion open carriers in the late 90's patrols, which are likely 33-spline but it's hard to say for sure. I have thought that the Just Differentials listing was a mistake but there is still a small glimmer of hope that it's true overseas.
  5. Hi Guys, There is some good axle shaft info in this thread! It's good to see that in depth tech info is still being shared on this forum. As far as the locker goes, Just Differentials is the only ones that lists the lockright for the 33 spline diff. Following the tech note, I don't see why it wouldn't work with the 4 pinion case. However in my experience the 33-spline side gears in a 4-pinion case are pretty rare. I'm used to seeing LSD's or single piece 33-spline carriers. Also just a side note, I'm having Revolution Gear & Axle make H233B gears 5.57 and 5.89. in both standard and reverse rotation. These ratios were previously available through Nissan but only in standard rotation. Having the reverse rotation gears will now allow for patrols to have more gearing options as well as open up more gearing options for SAS rigs.
  6. If you out out of the supercharger it's dead simple Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  7. What axle are you using? Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  8. I wouldn't cut it down. The diamond axle under my truck is 64" wide . It's a good width and should be easier to work with with more axle tube exposed Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  9. I know that the R50 guys have been using the OME springs to get about 2" of lift even though they are spec'd at 0.5". OME does have a rear spring part number of #2920. Does anyone here have personal experience this this spring? are they getting .75" ? or maybe more? A good deal awaits to anyone willing to take a change and experiment. Ph:909-547-4651
  10. I'm not sure which admin to contact, can someone address this issue? thanks!
  11. SteeevO

    goneMoab

    Thanks! Here are the pics that I took during the event: http://gallery.ruggedrocksoffroad.com/v/GoneMoab2015/
  12. SteeevO

    goneMoab

    Ha the Moab one should be entertaining. I'm thinking I may be on the next episode.
  13. SteeevO

    goneMoab

    They are looking at moving the event a little bit. possibly pushing it back a week or so to help with people working around school schedules etc.
  14. SteeevO

    goneMoab

    There were only 2 other pathfinders there that I saw besides mine!!! C'mon guys! Hopefully we'll have a better turn out next year. I do have some pictures but I haven't loaded them in to the computer yet. However this one was caught of me on hells revenge:
  15. I wouldn't run the hpd44 due to not being able to get deep enough gears for it

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