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  1. I just wanted to throw out an invitation for anyone who might be interested. I will be going out camping/4x4ing in the San Rafael Swell (45 min north of Moab just off I70) May 20-24. Lots of fun places to explore and good trails to test your Pathfinder. Let me know if interested.



    Yup thats about it

  2. Yeah I had mine strip out when I put the UCA on. I just put inserts in all four holes. I ended up going back to the store and a different guy just exchanged them for 3 inch longer ones. I guess the first guy who helped me just confused me. I really like my procomps.




  3. I don't have much experience with suspensions and such so I need help. I'm running a 3 inch lift. Putting in that was a learning curve all on its own. I bought some pro comp es3000 from 4 wheel parts. The guy behind the counter ordered up the stuff and sent me on my way. I pulled out a rear shock to compare to the original one. They are the same length. Im going to try and take back the rear shocks but what length do I need? I read somewhere that a f250 shock is the right length but does anyone have a measurement? Or did the ac coils I put in lift way more than 3 inches? http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/04/01/

    upy6a2yz.jpg here is the truck.




  4. Good thats what I was hoping for. One last question and I should be good for the rest of the project. I have the crank sprocket off and all the keys pulled out, how do I get that last ring off the shaft? Is there a snap ring or a trick I dont know about?




  5. Im in the middle of changing the timing belt on my 93 because my crank seal has leaked oil all over it. I keep reading that people recommend changing the cam and crank seals while down there. I looked in my chiltons book to see how to get to it. Its saying I have to drop the oil pan to do it. Is there an easier way to change the crank seal?




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