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Cbiggy

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About Cbiggy

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    NPORA Newbie
  • Birthday 08/01/2001

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    Pretty much stock 03 SE with a 3.5 L VQ35DE, no running boards or mud flaps, 16x8 black steelies, with just 30's on right now, and a newly installed arb bull bar bumper with a XRC 9500lb winch by Smittybilt.
  • Place of Residence
    Park City, Utah
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Wrench And Socket Set Mechanic
  • Your Age
    16-21
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Weekend Warrior
  • Model
    SE
  • Year
    2003

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Park City, Utah
  • Country
    United States
  • Interests
    gettin muddy

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  1. would you mind posting pictures of what you've cut?
  2. I'm running these exact tires right now on my daily driver. They are amazing on rocks and hard dirt, and they are actually decent in the mud and snow. They seem super grippy for the dry Utah trails that I ride and I can rely on them to get me through the mud when I need to. I only run them in the summer for I have snow tires for the winter. They are wearing evenly and slowly, but I will be going with more aggressive tires this next summer. Hope this helps at all.
  3. And will the SFD kits come with parts to correct the steering linkages?
  4. You guys should sell your blueprints for the DIYer. Just a thought though.
  5. You can delete this thread.
  6. Ok thanks, now I need to find where to get those strut spacers...
  7. Would it be possible to do the 4 in subframe drop with 4 inches of sf creations spacers for the struts?
  8. I am looking into doing a SFD lift of 4 inches. It seems these days that there are no more of these lifts on the market. With that said I have been looking around to do this myself. The only thing I need to know is if I can do 4 inches over the struts with sfcreation spacers or if that would create a bad angle for the strut? If I cannot do it with the sfcreations lift is there anybody that could fabricate me some or where I could find some used ones maybe? Thanks
  9. I am looking into doing a SFD lift of 4 inches. It seems these days that there are no more of these lifts on the market. With that said I have been looking around to do this myself. The only thing I need to know is if I can do 4 inches over the struts with sfcreation spacers or if that would create a bad angle for the strut? If I cannot do it with the sfcreations lift is there anybody that could fabricate me some or where I could find some used ones maybe? Thanks Edit: Not sure if this should be in how to's and excuse me if there is already information that is up to date on how to get this done. Whether that be drawing of the fabrications, or a person who is selling the whole set. (Johann is no longer selling anything but undrilled blocks.)
  10. I am looking into doing a 4 IN SFD lift on my R50 pathfinder. I am in contact with Johann and will be getting my blocks from him, but I would still need strut spacers since he is no longer making them. I am wondering if anybody is selling them or if you know where I could get some. Again I am looking for a set of 4 inch front strut spacers. Thanks.
  11. Could you post all of the measurements that you have for the blocks and the strut spacers?
  12. Hey, I am looking into doing this. Have you been able to find the measurements and make any of the spacers? 

  13. How did you do the skid-plate that goes up to the bumper?
  14. Hey, I have a 2003 Pathfinder and I want to put disk brakes on the rear of the vehicle. I have a done a small amount of research, but I can't seem to find anything. If you guys could help me find everything I need for the conversion, it would be greatly appreciated by me and everyone else who wants to convert their rear brakes. If there is already a thread about this topic then my bad completely.

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