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About joshrichard

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    NPORA Fulltime Resident
  • Birthday 03/12/2002

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    Black 2004 Pathfinder with 1.5 SF Creations spacer in the front. AC 2 inch springs in the rear with Billstein 5100's.
  • Place of Residence
    Nixa
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Standalone Tool Chest Mechanic
  • Your Age
    16-21
  • What do you consider yourself?
    I Go When I Can
  • Model
    LE
  • Year
    2004

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Nixa, Missouri
  • Country
    United States
  • Interests
    Hiking, Mountain Biking, Rock Climbing, anything outdoors

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  1. To add to@PathyDude17 I personally had AC Springs in the rear with the Bilstein 5100’s, and the ride quality was adequate but still quite stiff. After riding in all three pathfinders one after the other his was by far the best. I was very surprised because we’ve had many different kinds of trucks down on those trails and I’ve never witnessed a truck glide over those rough terrain sections as easily and smoothly as his. Also, after watching both lifted trucks perform identical lines between off camber sections his slightly extra length really helped maintain traction.
  2. To add to@PathyDude17 I personally had AC Springs in the rear with the Bilstein 5100’s, and the ride quality was adequate but still quite stiff. After riding in all three pathfinders one after the other his was by far the best. I was very surprised because we’ve had many different kinds of trucks down on those trails and I’ve never witnessed a truck glide over those rough terrain sections as easily and smoothly as his. Also, after watching both lifted trucks perform identical lines between off camber sections his slightly extra length really helped maintain traction.
  3. Yup, this was a sliver of the Mark Twain National Forest! With weather in the 80’s it turned out to be a beautiful couple of days to hit the trails
  4. After closer examination the wheel bearings are loose, vertical movement in the wheel when the truck was jacked up. No noise though so maybe they’re just loose? I’ll check them today after school
  5. What about the sensor that hooks up to the whole thing? Is that going to throw any codes?
  6. It’s been too long since I’ve really made a post on here, but with school and work steady right now I’m gonna start some much needed TLC and upgrades soon to follow. With the truck around 195k(ish) ALL the fluids are due. There’s a small power steering leak somewhere, a slight looseness in the steering wheel, possibly a tie rod and minor interior updates from the age, MAF Clean, Throttle body Clean. Maintenance wise, what else should I be looking for in the truck? In terms of Suspension upgrades, the plan is identical to Pathydude17 as I’ve witnessed in person how well his setup functions. Steelies with most likely Wild-peaks will be mounted among all the smaller bits and pieces that come with the lift.
  7. Ordered some new headlights and installed them myself yesterday. Took about 45 mins with some broken clips being the only obstacle. Look really nice.
  8. I had this problem but cold, here’s the video. Have you checked your mass airflow sensor? Or your throttle body to make sure they’re clean? My mass airflow sensor was making the engine run rich and it fouled up all of the plugs and injectors.
  9. Went on a little off-road trip today. This Little Rock step is pretty big in person. There are a few more videos on my YouTube of it going back up, it did great!
  10. So I had to so a double take when I saw this album cover and it is definitely a pathfinder. Probably got a little too excited when I noticed this but thought it was sweet.
  11. Kinda, here in Nixa there’s only one dealership for every car brand and car prices are high, sadlt

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