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    1994 SE-V6Mods:3" PA Body lift3" SL (AC springs and AC UCA)ARB Front bar.Infinity speakers, sub and kenwood deck with bluetooth.Cold air intakeExternal Transmission cooler, filter and Temp gauge.Deep Cycle BatterySport Rack roof basketAVS VentvisorsTrailer Hitch modded for body lift.33x12.5x15 Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires on Cragar Soft 8 wheels31x10.5x15 Goodyear Wrangler Territory tires on stock lego rims (street wheels)And some other stuff.1995 SE-V6Winter ride. Bone Stock and rusty.
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    Ottawa Ontario, Canada
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    Serious Off Road Enthusiast
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  1. My 95 came with 31s and a manual trans, the speedo is only off by 5km/h at 100km/5 on 33s. Not bad, or worth messing with. My 94 SE with 33s was 7km/h off at 100km/h. It was automatic trans, though. The 95 has 4.3 rear end and the 94 had 4.6. My first truck a 95 XE, came with 235s, it was off something crazy like 14 or 17%.
  2. 87-89 were orange. When the brought the 4 door in it went to white lights. My friend has a 90 and they're white. Someone swapped that speedo, and they probably found a nice low mileage one to put in. I'd be replacing the timing belt asap if you haven't already.
  3. Ahh yes, kids, the one thing I'll probably never have. I can't seem to let any of my vehicles stay stock for long. I just ordered a turbo kit for my golf lol. When we go wheeling a lot of people bring their kids and most like it. I wish my parents did that when I was that age!
  4. Yeah, we've only owned 93-newer so I never had to deal with that. But I do remember it on my moms old mazda 929, it was a 1989 and you had to do that.
  5. Hey I remember you! Still have a 1995 pathy but have moved to an Xterra for wheeling. I also feel old lol. Are you wheeling the 4runner?
  6. I've seen it in many Xterras (also vg33) but never a wd21. They must have changed bearing suppliers for the newer ones.
  7. That oil cooler leak is pretty common. The o rings should be available from Nissan. I've had to do them on a few VQ35s.
  8. adamzan


    Nice work. I'm looking forward to seeing dyno runs after it's running. On another note, photobucket works again? Or do you actually pay them?
  9. https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/nissan,1995,pathfinder,3.0l+v6,1211993,suspension,control+arm+bushing,7532 They are the same for a 1990. What you want is the rear control arm bushings. Here are the ones for the panhard/track bar (the one that goes from the frame on the right to the axle on the left): https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/nissan,1995,pathfinder,3.0l+v6,1211993,suspension,track+bar+bushing,10416
  10. I did the same, just the front cups, holes weren't too bad and someone had clearly replaced one of the rods already. It's been 4 years and It still holds an alignment so thats good. If I knew about the proper cups I'd have gotten those. But the bearing races seem like they hold the bushing better honestly.
  11. adamzan


    It is looking good though, man.
  12. If the frame isn't rotten it's worth saving. These trucks are getting hard to find and rare. I never see one in my area ever anymore, except my own.
  13. Yeah I like the one on my Xterra, except the filter is pretty tiny... Though it seems all manufacturers are going that way.
  14. If you're going to drive the truck in the winter, do yourself a favor and get it oil sprayed. It seems like that is a way less common thing in the US than Canada, I get all my cars done every year that see winter. The pathy gets parked in the garage for the season, though.

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