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About tothewest

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    Pathfinder LE 4wd Super Black Metallic
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  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Wrench And Socket Set Mechanic
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  • What do you consider yourself?
    Rarely Go Off-Road
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  1. Hey, I am new on here and just saw your post, it looks like we have a very similar Pathfinder. I just got a black 2010 LE 4wd with black leather interior and about 87k miles on it. They both look great!
  2. Hello, I am looking for front stock tow hooks for my 2010 Pathfinder (R51). When I purchased my Pathfinder it had a brush guard which I have removed and want to put back the original tow hooks. Located in Northern California. Thank you!!
  3. Hello all, I recently purchased a 2010 Pathfinder LE 4wd. It is Super Black Metallic with leather interior, has the Bose sound system and nav. I was pretty excited to find it in such good condition with one owner and about 87k miles. It currently has Michelin LTX AT2’s and is all stock. I had a 2009 Xterra Offroad in the past and really liked it, did some minor things to it like serpentine belt, air/cabin filters, hood strut conversion and put Bilstein 5100’s in it (but didn’t lift it). I needed something with more space so was looking for a Pathfinder. I plan to keep it mostly stock but would like to do similar things, I ordered a hood strut kit, struts for the back hatch and window and cabin air filters. It had a chrome brush guard on the front which I removed (I don’t need it and like the look without better, it is for sale in Nor-Cal if anyone is interested). I do need to find some stock front tow hooks to put back where the brush guard was. This will be mostly driven in town and car camping but I would like to do more road trips and explore some fire roads, etc. with my family. The Pathfinder has a lower ground clearance than I expected which makes me want to consider a mild lift, just to pass over small objects on dirt roads if necessary. I know the Bilstein’s I purchased for my Xterra are supposed to be able to provide a lift if you use a different setting and I’m sure I will look on this forum for guidance in the future. Thanks!

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