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muddfildvaynes

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muddfildvaynes last won the day on November 22 2014

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About muddfildvaynes

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  • Birthday 09/23/1988

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    2000 LE 3.3L 6" lift (4" SFD made by Krypton Fabrications + 2" lift coils) custom rear coils Rancho RS5000 shocks (rear) KYB Gas struts 34x10.5x15 TSL Super Swampers & 33x12.5x15 BFG A/T Custom Skid Plate Alpine IVA W205 head unit; infinity platinum speakers, 12" JL W6's with a 1000:1 Class D Mono JL amp; 0 gauge wiring. Custom Front Winch Bumper and and Custom Rear Bumper Smittybilt XRC8 Winch Mile Marker Manual Hubs Rugged Rocks Rock Sliders Jackson Autosports "Missing Link" Home made snorkel
  • Place of Residence
    Humble
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Skilled/Experienced Mechanic
  • Your Age
    22-29
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Weekend Warrior
  • Model
    LE
  • Year
    2000

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Humble, TX
  • Country
    United States

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  1. It's been awhike since I have been on here, recently acquired this 98 SAS Pathfinder with a very reputable build sheet.... This one has a SAS with a d44 out of a 79 bronco with Reid racing knuckles, arb air locker in rear, Tom woods front and rear driveshafts, Tom woods slip yoke eliminator, a 3.3 that is now a 3.4 with diamond racing pistons, and European racing cams, upgraded calmini 4:1 gears, 5 Speed manul trans, dual battery system with upgraded alternator that you can weld off of at 2k rpms, snorkel, 10 gallon fresh water storage tank.... the list goes on.
  2. So I put my snorkel on yesterday and decided to take my pathfinder out and test it, it went through every obstacle with ease; I am very excited to finally have it running again. I also put on a custom higher exhaust with a short shot flowmaster that is high flow; and with snorkel acts like a cold air intake so I have notice a little HP gain. Also noticed that the tires never rubbed even at full flex thanks to the fender trimming. When I got it home with the new exhaust but no snorkel yet: New snorkel and exploring:
  3. Find out where the tick is coming from using a stethiscope, that is how I found my engine noise. I found a knock/tick in my lower end through the oil pan, I took the oil pan off and low and behold the rod bearings for #5 & #6 cylinder had a little play up and down so I just replaced all the rod and main bearings.
  4. Exactly, and I am running mile markers. Plus the cut front fenders make the lift look bigger.
  5. I think I know who helped you out, he is a good friend of mine. Good thing Walmart isn't that far from there.
  6. I actually used herculiner but it is pretty much the same thing....
  7. I get all my lights including HID's from ddmtuning.com

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