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Reshma

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Reshma last won the day on February 11 2017

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About Reshma

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  • Birthday 06/03/1994

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    Black Pathfinder. The third. The first two were my fathers. We sold em both. 93' and a 88'. Now I have my own 95' Pathfinder. I love the body styling of every pathy b4 96'. I bought it with no speakers, no radio, in need of new shocks, engine belts, rusted funder, and a whole other range of rusted things. I have new shocks, cheap temporary speakers and radio and new wiper blades. The windows are tinted and the tire carrier doesn't close if u dont lift it into the lock position. Eventually I want to turn it into a Mudding Pathy. Wow was I a dumb kid back then. Had my 1995 Have a 1989 now Picking up another 1995 for parts. HEY
  • Place of Residence
    Queens, New York
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Screwdriver Mechanic
  • Your Age
    16-21
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Weekend Warrior
  • Model
    SE
  • Year
    1995

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    Male
  • Location
    NEW YORK

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  1. a 3" suspension lift front 4x4Parts is ridiculously cheap IMO and I suggest that route. Or buying Ford springs for the rear off of rock auto parts and cranking the front.
  2. Brought the 95 home last night. Truck looks good. Definitely parts rig however. Frame is amazing.
  3. So it's looking like I would have to either convert to round dash OR play Doctor Splice n' Dice. I'm going today to pick up the parts rig. From photo's it actually looks incredibly clean so I'm going to have to assess the situation when I get there. Part of me hopes the frame is shot and the photo's are deceiving so I don't feel bad tearing it up. The other part hopes its as clean as I imagine and then I'll end up with 3 Nissans and no parts rig. Which doesn't quite help my situation at all.
  4. It doesnt take much time for me, they are usually out in the driveway and i just pull in, place em, pull up and change my oil, total process is probably about 10-15 minutes if I don't dilly dally on other things.
  5. My Xterra on 33's is far enough off the ground I could change my oil with very little crawling effort and work under the truck with ample room. I still drive all 4 corners onto ramps before changing my oil or starting any work that doesnt need the truck on jackstands.
  6. Male 22 No This wasnt a computer/phone but I did read and test at the same time. Hope it works for ya!
  7. See my issue is I want the square dash + the heated mirrors + the new tail and headlight wiring + New hatch wiring since the my rear glass will randomly pop open when I lock/unlock the doors. Just wondering if I should even bother trying to swap the entire harness or should I play splice and dice.
  8. IAB install. **edit : AND FILLED GAS! WHOO HOO!!**
  9. Sorry to revive the dead but is there anyone who makes a long travel REAR suspension kit? I'm going 2wd long travel rear but I can't seem to find any kits anywhere. Was hoping it would be out there before forcing me to go custom. If I need to go custom I might aswell save myself the trouble and drop a hardbody rear end on it so I can use leaf springs.
  10. Hard to find the information I'm looking for on the forums. Hoping someone could point me in the right direction. Pulling a harness from a 95'. Has anyone done a harness swap with ECU and put it in a square dash? Issues? Tips and Tricks? Might just pull the harness and start splicing and make my own franken harness since my headlight wiring is shot thanks to the PO's splice and dice for HID's and my tail light wiring is also just as bad. I'd like to also add in a plug for the heated mirrors. Splicing it all together doesn't scare me at all, but would it be easier to splice the square dash into the 95 harness and upgrade the TBI into MPFI from the 95? Also, the 95' is an Auto and my 89 is a 5-Speed. Would that be an issue? I would think not but I'd like to get some experienced heads in on this. Another question I had was, would the 89 body fit on the 95' frame? Or are the body mounts and what not that different? I've also read up on the 2wd swap but I still don't quite understand what it is that I need for my year of truck. Would it be smarter to do the swap for the 95' front end suspension and steering and use my 89 steering box to replace my idler arm? Or vice-versa? Loads of questions.
  11. Unaware of the fact I shouldn't promoting another forum on here. Whoops. Sorry. The butthurt has been heard. I also didn't know I was banned until 1 hour before it was over. Full weekend huh?

    1. nismothunder
    2. nunya

      nunya

      Maby you should read the forum guidelines before posting things. Ignorance is no excuse and will not be accepted as one.

    3. Reshma

      Reshma

      yea, i understand. I'll refrain from speaking of it again.

       

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