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You know you drive a Pathfinder when:

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When your friends like yours so much they buy their own!

Even talked my friend into a Frontier this way

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You know you drive a Pathfinder when you put together a list of things for your 4x4 and realize it appears to be the Gross National Product of a small country!! :crazy:

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When changing something as small as the door arm rest makes it feel like a whole new rig!

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Cutting off your cat and pulling the engine light bulb (if applicable) adds POWER!!!!!!

 

 

 

(Don't do it)

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When no matter how many times it hurts you, you swear at it, get frustrated by a problem, or pour money into a seemingly endless pit, it's still your pathfinder. :D

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When you love your overly square tank-on-wheels so much that you sneak a little drawing of it into the app you're designing :tongue:03a_automobile_zpse7c40637.jpg

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When you close the door and all the doors locking sound like a shot gun being reloaded.

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Hehehh... ain't that the truth!!

 

sent from under Ernest the Pathfinder

 

 

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Or when you close the door it sounds like the hatch of a submarine CLANK!

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...when the parts you've put into your Pathy are worth more than your actual Pathy.

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...when the mud on it is structural.

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When you turn up the stereo so you don't have to hear the mirror creaking.

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When no matter how many girlfriends, spouses, flings, or relationships you go through, your pathfinder is always there.

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Someone's going through a rough spot ^

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Someone's going through a rough spot ^

Truth.

 

When you get a gift card or other monetary present, it all goes to the Pathy. :)

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When the words bent, idler & arm are mentioned you let out a sigh

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When you thought you could hear your kids whining in the back seat but really it was just your gearbox.

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When you've got the Rockauto shipping system down to a science...

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When your father in law wants to drive your pathfinder because it looks like it would be fun.

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When you hear a ticking noise with the fan on and you automatically know it's a pine needle or a leaf in the blower motor.

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When you have to sit on 55 mph (88 km/h) to wait for the trans to heat up enough to get into torque lock up...and everyone else is going by you.

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You know you're driving a Pathfinder when you're driving down the highway to town and hit slow traffic, and say "fskc it" and pull into the ditch and continue your route.

 

Did that today...because we have ATV trails in our ditches here...

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I've always wanted to do that just never had the "nerve"

way to embrace the red neck lifestyle. :D

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Well I did it around 1630 so there was all the traffic leaving base watching me have fun.

 

Won't be the last time :)

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