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About grassnroots22

  • Birthday 11/25/1990

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    Just bought a 1999 LE about a month ago. All stock but lookin to change that ASAP.
  • Place of Residence
    San Luis Obispo, CA
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Screwdriver Mechanic
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  • What do you consider yourself?
    Weekend Warrior
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    San Luis Obispo, CA
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    United States

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  1. Decided to go with some Pro Comp ES9000s. I couldn't find a number for KRFabs so I just sent them an email and did some more digging. Again, thanks for the input.
  2. Thanks for the quick reply. Ya I haven't replaced the struts recently and would have completely overlooked that. As for the shocks, do I get the standard rear ones (Bilstein Heavy Duty) or the Bilstein 5160 Series Offroad Shocks (for lifted F350s). This is where I'm looking at them. The two options I just listed are the first and last results respectively. Thanks again man.
  3. Hey guys, I just bought my Pathfinder (1999 LE) and I want to lift her up. I've been doing a lot of research on the best way to go about this, and of course I ended up at Krypton Fabrications. I want to do a 6" lift and I'm having a little bit of trouble figuring out exactly what I need to achieve that, especially for the rear. Hopefully you guys can help me out. So here are my questions: 1. As far as I understand, to lift the front 6" I need the basic kit, plus the extended front brake line and then some 2" inch lift coils (have I left anything out?). What 2" lift coil would you guys recommend exactly? 2. To lift the rear 6" I again need the basic kit, the extended rear brake line, rear panhard drop bracket, the WJ rear adapters, the 1" spacer, and some WJ rear lift coils. Which coils should I use? I've heard of people using 4" 5.5" and 6.5" and therefore have no idea on which one is just right for a 6" lift. 3. Lastly, do you guys have any recommendations as far as additional modifications to better support the lift? I want to make sure I do everything right and to the best I can/is available. Thanks in advance for the help.
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