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mjotrainbrain last won the day on July 4

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About mjotrainbrain

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    What's an alignment?
  • Birthday 01/20/1999

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    2002 Infiniti QX4 VQ35DE, automatic, worn out LSD, tail light guards, Weather Tech floormats, Reese trailer hitch, and 12-15MPG. OME HD coils and KYB struts w/ Fleury's 1" spacer lift in front. OME medium duty coils and fleury's 2" spacers in the rear.. Total of 2.5" in front, 3.5" in rear. 32x11.50r15 BFG KO2's on ProComp 15x8 steel wheels #PCW51-5883. Curt roof rack with extension, shovel mounted. Custom tube winch bumper w/ Rough Country 9500# winch. Warn 29091 hubs.
  • Place of Residence
    Michigan, USA
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Wrench And Socket Set Mechanic
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    Weekend Warrior
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  • Location
    Western Michigan, USA
  • Country
    United States
  • Interests
    Radio control, Boy Scouts, camping, hiking, mtn biking, shooting, and of course off-road!

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  1. mjotrainbrain

    Random picture of your R50

    Throwback Tuesday........
  2. Was it a nice radiator, or the cheapest one you could find on eBay? Could be as simple as a crappy radiator lasting about as long as you should expect one to.
  3. mjotrainbrain

    astrorami’s build thread

    Looking very good, lots of important mods done!
  4. mjotrainbrain

    time for a new FORUM GAME

  5. mjotrainbrain

    Welcome New Members !

    It's a great platform, have fun!
  6. mjotrainbrain

    Random picture of your R50

    Oh I remember, just giving you crap! Good to hear you have em, you're rig is really coming along great.
  7. mjotrainbrain

    Random picture of your R50

    Looks like somebody needs rock sliders!
  8. mjotrainbrain

    What did you do to your Pathfinder today?

    I like that. I always like having gear secured, but there's very few good options for the R50, especially if you have a rubber mat covering the tie downs in the floor, this is cool.
  9. mjotrainbrain

    June 2018 TotM Voting

    Wowzers, this one is almost a full month late. Super sorry guys! mjotrainbrain 01Pathmaker Mrelcocko
  10. mjotrainbrain

    July 2018 TotM Nominations

    Yes, sorry, that will be coming. When I first went to create it some of the moderator options I needed weren't available, and I guess I just haven't gotten around to it since. I'll try to do that now.
  11. mjotrainbrain

    mjotrainbrain's Build Thread

    I haven't really checked that forum out yet. I like technical stuff, so I'll have to.
  12. mjotrainbrain

    Single lift/jack points

    As Slartibartfast clarified, I was referring to the one between the control arms, sorry for the confusion. His explanation was good, I usually do what he said. Mine didn't have the skidplate when I got it, that cutout would definitely have tipped me off that that location was a good one (although I used it anyways).
  13. mjotrainbrain

    Single lift/jack points

    If you want to do both front wheels at the same time you could do the crossmember on the subframe, but I'd worry about slighly bending it; this may be reduced if you use a ~2' piece of wood to displace the load.
  14. mjotrainbrain

    I'm new, in New Jersey

    Looks very clean!

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