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02_Pathy

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  1. There’s a rubber seal between the door and A pilar and I ran the wires in the channel of the rubber door seal and it pops out into the engine bay where the hood hinges are and they connect to the switch panel in the engine bay where [mention]RainGoat [/mention]helped tidy it up then a wire from the switch panel goes into the cabin via the clutch plate/hole underneath the brake booster Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. https://www.monster4wd.co.nz/product-page/mcc-falcon-707-02-winch-bar-for-nissan-pathfinder-terrano-r50
  3. Sorry for not responding quick enough as I was packing and moving across the country and didn't have the time... https://www.monster4wd.co.nz/product-page/mcc-falcon-707-02-winch-bar-for-nissan-pathfinder-terrano-r50 here's the link that I bought it from but their domain is not connected. Also for the record never "repeatedly avoided all requests" when I simply just didn't reply when I was busy. Have a nice day
  4. That’s good to hear! Yeah I prefer the looks of this one compared to the ARB it looks more “modernized/updated” compared to the ARB. I’m eventually going to put a winch in it, I’ll give those RUNVA’s a look! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Yeah it wasn’t but the foreign exchange rate did help quite a bit! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. At this rate most likely! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. At this rate most likely! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. At this rate most likely! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. At this rate most likely! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Thank you! Correct they do make several models for the R50 so this also gives more options in the bumper world. The brand is out of Australia but produced in Thailand just like how some model ARB bumpers were back in the day. I had to buy it out of a store in New Zealand because they were the only ones that could ship to the US, stores in Australia couldn’t ship to the US. Unfortunately MCC doesn’t have any US distributors Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  12. Hello again as it has been awhile. Well did another upgrade/maintenance to the pathy by adding a bumper that most likely not a whole lot of people have heard about. It’s not an ARB although it is very similar but it’s a MCC 4x4 Falcon Bull Bar 702-02. I think this bumper looks fantastic on the rig and that the updated fog lights they put on the bumper match my retro fits which make the aesthetics that much better to me IMO. This bumper was literally a direct bolt on and didn’t have to modify anything besides the fender liners which I then attached to the bumper so I could keep some stuff out of the air box inlet and other components. I then added some Ironman 4x4 Spot lights which are pretty darn bright and have some good range on them as well. The bumper is ADR compliant and airbag compatible which is nice as well Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. If you remove the plastic tray/storage compartment underneath the floor mat in the cargo area, there should be a rubber boot in the floor pan that has the wiring for the trailer hitch wire harness if you have the tow package from the factory. I used that rubber boot to route wires from my backup lights in the rear bumper and into the cab of the vehicle. Then seal it off with some silicone so water doesn't intrude.
  14. Plus a few more pics because why not Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Been quite some time but updated/upgraded the pathfinder since the last time I worked on it. I purchased some Warn Manual hubs for it as well as Method MR309 Grids in titanium gray on sale with 4.75” bs. The hubs went on super easy and I didn’t have to change my stock studs out as they were plenty long, I know people in the past had too but in my case I didn’t. With 265/70r17 tires that are a bit worn down I did still have ample room between the strut and the tire. With the new wheels I took off my wheel spacers so I am currently not running any spacers just solely the wheel. Driving around with the hubs unlocked you can tell a difference that there is less front end drag and that you can coast farther without having to be on the gas all the time. Nice little touches to the pathfinder in my opinion! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  16. New Method wheels and Warn hubs installed Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. Sony A6400 Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  18. The OEM studs in the top hat are pressed in there pretty good, so if you did cut them it would be extremely hard to remove the stud still in the top hat. I would do it right by taking the strut apart, what I did was place the top hat ontop of 3 sockets that were a little larger than the studs and had the stud facing up then just hammered them out. Mine came out pretty easy but experiences might vary due to corrosion and mileage. Also if you had the bolt coming down and the nut on the bottom it would be almost impossible to tighten the nut on the inner side in the fender compared to just having the bolts coming up and tightening the nuts via in the engine bay Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  19. Star gazing Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  20. I've used the trakmotive cv joints off rock auto and got about 50k miles before the boots ripped, imo that's pretty good for a remanufactured cv joint and also having the CV's at an angle due to the lift Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  21. Should probably update this so you guys don't think I'm working on this thing forever lol. After 3 weeks of tedious work I finally got it back together and thankfully no leaks! This is definitely a big job to do nevertheless but totally worth it in my case as I would drip about half a quart of oil after parking... yeah. Also in the meantime while I had the rig apart@TowndawgR50 helped me install the Pines to Spines 4" SFD kit which also made it possible to take my oil pan out and access other parts of the vehicle. More details on that later... Also after this huge project and with addition to the SFD I have replaced and installed: New OEM motor mount Denso Starter 4" stainless steel braided brake lines from Goodridge Extended breathers on front and rear differentials U Joints New O rings in the oil pan as well as the pan gaskets and RMS IVAC gasket Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  22. This particular photo is with OME HD coils with a 1 inch SF creations spacer on the strut plus the 4 inch strut spacers. After the photo I took the 1 inch spacer out as it did cause my camber to be positive just very slightly even with camber bolts and the camber adjustment on the strut spacer with the Pines to Spines design. After getting it aligned at the shop with the setup OME HD coils and 4 inch strut spacer everything was within spec without the use of camber bolts. I sit currently around 5.5 inches of lift Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  23. Thanks dude! Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
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