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About RainGoat

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  • Birthday February 27

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    RainGoatPathfinder@outlook.com

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    2002 LE (R50) Original Owner [See About Me below]
  • Place of Residence
    Pacific NW
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Standalone Tool Chest Mechanic
  • Your Age
    46+
  • What do you consider yourself?
    I Go When I Can
  • Model
    LE
  • Year
    2002

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Redmond/Seattle
  • Country
    United States
  • Interests
    Exploration & Overlanding.
    Escaping the city.
    Day trips to the mountains with my kids.

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  1. They both look really good. Even with the ‘03’s hood open it took a careful eye to see anything was amiss.
  2. Load of limbs & returning the chipper@TowndawgR50 kindly lent me.
  3. That’s an interesting tan-silver fade paint job
  4. Ha, Ha it does look like the FJ80 is lurking. Looking forward to seeing it all back on with bedliner. Really excited to see your solution to the RRO slider mounts as mine are waiting on that answer before mounting.
  5. Nice work! It’s very interesting to see that new carrier. You might well be the only one on the road in the U.S. I’ve certainly never seen one before.
  6. Really interesting to see your long term experience with the retrofit. AZ lends itself to just about the roughest off road driving and your truck has seen some real use (any idea how much time &/or miles). Combined with@TowndawgR50 ‘s experience we now have a real track record on these. He can even show what happens when you abruptly put the weight of the whole truck on the underside of the swingate spare - it dented & tore the metal at the some of the mount locations - but surprisingly little.
  7. Front Runner has a system for it. Looks useful (& space saving) but is expensive & made for expensive tables. I’ve thought about jury rigging my own version. I’m more than happy to have you beat me to it - though it does sound like the table may be more useful as a cargo bag protector for you. https://www.frontrunneroutfitters.com/en/us/table-brackets-for-mki-table-incl-latch-rrac097.html
  8. Yeah, I meant thin in the low profile, make an under rack slide storage way. I love that setup but the stainless table that do it are $100s which isn’t going to happen.
  9. Zack, that table looks pretty thin (I’m thinking under rack mount). Who makes it?
  10. I think I’ve seen replicas in Amazon or E-Bay for $50 max
  11. Make sure you do the power valves: POWER VALVES http://www.nissanpathfinders.net/forum/topic/17104-threadlocker-on-power-valve-screws-pics/?do=embed
  12. FYI. If you’re looking for a winch, Northridge 4x4 has a sale ending today with Smittybilt X2O 10K winches [98510] for $420 total (if you live outside WA). You can find them for $475 so this is a decent deal but not a steal.
  13. [mention=36148]hawairish[/mention], if that’s true, I think I would follow your lead with a 3”SFD instead of 4”, however, I’ll want it to match up with the LR9448s in back. I’m happy to take functionality over aesthetics & I’m not sure 1” will be noticeable (except when I’m around @02_Pathy &[mention=39745]stpickens[/mention] with their eventual 4”. We’ll all be under[mention=37543]towndawgR50[/mention] by a notable amount anyway - TownDawgR50 or is it TopDawgR50?)
  14. That’s good to know. While I really like the stock LE wheels, I don’t want to remove my fenders & I don’t want the wheel to stick out past the fender - I like driving with windows open & don’t need to eat the dirt, plus it’s miserable on a camping trip when you lean up against a filthy truck. @02_Pathy (man, I just can’t get that to link) did a fantastic fender trim job that looks stock for all intents & purposes but his truck still gets pretty painted with mud.

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