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About Zero

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  • Birthday 01/08/1986

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    2001 QX4
  • Place of Residence
    Portland
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Standalone Tool Chest Mechanic
  • Your Age
    30-35
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Weekend Warrior
  • Model
    SE
  • Year
    2001

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    Male
  • Location
    Troutdale, OR
  • Country
    United States
  1. I'm interested to see more intimately how the front bumper fits into the body, as well as how it looks close up next to the wheel well. I'm thinking of doing something similar Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  2. I figured out what most of it was. My end links are fine but I had a ball joint loose and a bad wheel hub. I tightened the ball joint and replaced and repacked the hub. It's better now. Theres still a clunk from the front that I have discovered as coming from the steering junction box. I need to replace that baby. Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  3. Perfect. Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  4. Looks good. I like your brush guard Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  5. Are you simply shutting down for a bit to move abs then going to reopen with a new line, or are you done with pathfinders? Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  6. I actually have my truck setup to have rake intentionally and I think it looks really good. 2" in the front and about 3.5" in the back. Even fully loaded it sits flat Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  7. They're listed as 1.75 inches Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  8. I'm not sure how they compare to the ome springs but I can't help but wonder if the ome are more tolerable Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  9. I believe you should be able to buy some square 1/4" tubing and drill a few bolt holes and you'll have your subframe drop. The KRFabs subframe spacers are just that - square tubing. As long as you had the bolt patern drilled correctly I don't assume there would be an issue. As a caution with the AC Springs though, those things are insanely stiff. They look like they belong under a Dodge Ram 2500. I don't know if mine are just installed incorrectly or what, but they have caused the ride quality to be nothing shy of offensive.
  10. I would assume you would need to extend the driveline an inch or two and move the whole rear axle back. If you had tires that size I don't think you could clear the rear doors.
  11. The rentable spring compressors from the auto parts store were insufficient to compress the AC spring when I tried to install them, but do you think it would be enough to keep them compressed so when I jack the truck they would stay compressed? Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  12. I torqued them down thinking they might be loose. I just set my torque wrench high. I will back them down. Much of the noise and loose feeling was a bad wheel bearing. I replaced it and it's much better. Still need to adjust the spring perches though. They're such a pain to get in and out that I'm going to try to spin them while they're still under the truck. Not sure if that will work though. Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  13. Snapped a few shots of the strut. Does this look right? Top nut is good and tight, torqued to about 110ftlb. Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  14. I'm not sure what you mean by keyed. Can you elaborate? Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk
  15. My plan is to put jackstands under the front crossmember and wiggle the suspension components individually. The clunk is sometimes pretty loud and when I turn to the left I can feel the right wheel shimmy around. Feels totally unsafe Sent from my HTC Desire 626s using Tapatalk

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