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About clearmusik

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    Don't have one yet
  • Place of Residence
    Texas
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Standalone Tool Chest Mechanic
  • Your Age
    30-35
  • What do you consider yourself?
    I Go When I Can
  • Model
    SE
  • Year
    1999

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  • Location
    Texas
  • Country
    United States

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  1. clearmusik

    Re4R01A Hd Transmission Information

    So I can swap a VQ auto trans on VG if I change the bell housing all the sensors and everything works?
  2. clearmusik

    Auto transmissions all bad?

    Yes sorry I had the wrong trans number
  3. Hello I know I'm a new guy here and I've been reading over many pages of information and I came across a Bilstein part number for the 2 inch lift that is supposed to provide a longer shock so it does not top out that part number was 33-185552. While searching that part number for place to buy from it showed that was a part number for a 1972 Land Cruiser. I thought I would see if anybody else had figured this out yet I was thinking about buying just some regular Gabriel rear shocks for the Land Cruiser to see if they would fit my R50 Pathfinder. Any thoughts?
  4. clearmusik

    Old Man Emu Install

    Too bad their website is @!*%
  5. clearmusik

    Auto transmissions all bad?

    Thank you for the reassurances. Are you both using the nissan Dmatic fluid? I also found this in my searches https://www.levelten Product Code: NISS-G110-9000
  6. Hello I've been seriously looking into purchasing an R50 Pathfinder or QX4 however one thing has concerned me. And all of the scouring and reading I've done on the internet including this for him I seem to read nothing but bad remarks about the automatic transmissions in the R50. This has me afraid to purchase an automatic transmission thinking it's not a matter of if but when it will fail and unfortunately there are not many manual trans mission R50 s near me. Am I correct in this assumption or are there people out there with good experience with auto trans especially once you add a lift and bigger tires.

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