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About 02_Pathy

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    2002 Pathfinder LE, OME HD/MD springs with 1 inch SF creations spacers, Gabriel Struts, Bilstein 5125 shocks, Grill guard, light bar and CB antenna with Uniden 520xl with a PA.
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    Wrench And Socket Set Mechanic
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  1. Yeah the actual mounts were different between the 01 and the 02 but they ended up bolting up just fine regardless of the mount shape. I bought my grill off parts geek for about 35 bucks and had to paint match it but it was a real simple task. I just used the auto paint you can pick up at any auto parts store Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  2. I would assume the mounting points should be the same, like my LE grill was molded as one and couldn't remove the middle insert. I bought an 01 grill and the mounting points were the same as the 02 LE grill. As long as you have 5 inserts total (1 in the middle and 2 on each side) it should fit Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  3. Well I can say that your paint is cleaner than mine [emoji23]. Your rig looks great! Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  4. Theres a hole already in the firewall where the clutch would go on a manual. It's right underneath the brake booster, it's a diamond shape plate with 2 nuts holding it in place. Then you just run your wiring through there and into the empty slot with your switch. That empty spot I used for my back up lights Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  5. I can take pictures of the light bar from the back later after my finals this week. For the mounting ends they could work but I'm not sure how far they would stick downward as they might be longer than the mounting brackets on the light bar body itself. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  6. 02_Pathy

    Complications with getting lift

    No Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  7. 02_Pathy

    Complications with getting lift

    The link I sent were basically the same design as I'm using right now. I only needed 1 pair for my camber Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  8. 02_Pathy

    Complications with getting lift

    https://www.partsgeek.com/gbproducts/DC/6750-05408384.html?utm_content=DN&utm_term=1996-2004%2C+2013-2014+Nissan+Pathfinder+Alignment+Camber+Kit+AC+Delco+45K18036+Front+96-04%2C+13-14+Nissan+Alignment+Camber+Kit+1997&fp=pp&gbm=a&utm_source=google&utm_medium=ff&utm_campaign=PartsGeek+Google+Base&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI4oKl3q_13gIVjR-tBh2P_wRCEAQYAiABEgIRIPD_BwE&ad=47433949932 Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  9. I'm using the same color LED bulbs as the lens cover. I have red LED's for brake lights, amber for signals and white for back ups. They are much brighter than the stock bulbs for sure
  10. 02_Pathy

    What’s going on??

    I didn't mean to say alt, I tried changing it but I guess it didn't work lol. Try cleaning your MAF sensor and potentially that EVAP leak could cause issues with the computer saying somethings wrong so it's trying to adjust to that
  11. 02_Pathy

    What’s going on??

    When my 02 sensors were bad mine started up just fine besides throwing the check engine light. They're really just for emissions, shouldn't cause your truck to start like that. I'm going to say it's something else
  12. Yup exactly what I did. Just unbolt the cover plate and feed your wire through. Then cut a small notch in the cover plate for the wire.
  13. 02_Pathy

    Random picture of your R50

    Yup! Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  14. 02_Pathy

    Complications with getting lift

    Yeah rigs like ours are not the norms for lifting as most of them are grocery getters. I bet that shop mainly specializes in the more popular rigs out there like 4runners and jeeps. When I got my lift, I purchased all the parts for it (struts, coils and shocks) and installed most of them myself at home. I just took the struts and coils to a shop and have them assemble the unit and when I got home I just installed them on the rig. For the rear you could get by with flexing the rear axle when the frame is on jack stands and use a floor jack to lower or raise one side of the axle up or down. I also used coil compressors that I rented from an auto parts store. At the time I didn't need camber bolts for my OME lift but after I installed 1 inch spacers front and rear on top of the OME I needed them after that. I didn't get any driveline vibrations with either setup too. As for alignments I never had an issue with it getting aligned besides the castor being out of spec slightly, but that's due to the nature of the lift.
  15. Yeah this was the best way I could mount them too, we'll just have to wait and see how long they last Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk

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