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You know you drive a Pathfinder when:

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Actually that post should have been in the What did you do today? thread.

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When you belong to a forum mainly comprised of delinquents, derelicts, deviants, miscreants and malcontents. You know, people you can count on to be themselves. :D

 

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When you're told to trade up and you have to ask "What's better?"

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when you sell your pathfinder and your wife asks " why would someone want one of those?" LOL

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When you belong to a forum mainly comprised of delinquents, derelicts, deviants, miscreants and malcontents. You know, people you can count on to be themselves. :D

 

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ya all the people you can trust. as opposed to politicians, lawyers, clergy, CEOs, and generally anyone wearing a tie. (it keeps the O2 from reaching their brain leading to bad decisions.)

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ya all the people you can trust. as opposed to politicians, lawyers, clergy, CEOs, and generally anyone wearing a tie. (it keeps the O2 from reaching their brain leading to bad decisions.)

 

Amen brother.

 

When you have to become your own mechanic, and the people on this forum make it easy. :happy:

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...when your Brush Guard and Roof rack cost more that the truck did. True story.When it comes time to scrap the OLD MAN I could get my money back from the guard/rack/tires/rims. Actually I would profit.

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..when you hand crank your window up and the last half you have to reverse then forward, reverse then forward just to get it to close.

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When you don't have hand cranks...power everything.

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When you get into just about any other car, and marvel at how much lower quality it is.

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When you know EXACTLY how long to turn the ignition to get it to start, and by habit you hold it over that long rather than waiting for it to actually start before letting it go. (huh?) And it fires up every time you do that - but if it doesn't, you worry that something may be wrong. . . .

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When everything is out of spec's (spark plug gap, cap/rotor cracked, broken sp wire's) and the darn thing starts up with no problems, and in fact drives halfway decent until you need power.

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When you know EXACTLY how long to turn the ignition to get it to start, and by habit you hold it over that long rather than waiting for it to actually start before letting it go. (huh?) And it fires up every time you do that - but if it doesn't, you worry that something may be wrong. . . .

I've yet to have any ignition problems with mine, by I know exactly what you mean. Whenever I drive another car, the starting procedure seems so foreign. Well other than the vw but that's because I just about grew up driving it haha

 

 

When, despite being 12 years old, it still doesn't look out-dated. Clean lines ftw.

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You know you drive a pathfinder when.. All you have to do to fit 35s is crank up your torsion bars.

 

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You know you own a pathy when your window seals leak/ pop out the back windows, when the heat of your exhaust catches the carpet on fire (literally), when you can't find decent priced lift other that a BL, when you have done every other mod but a lift because of the last statement, when you want to just sell her but can't come around to do it.

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(psst... Just 'install' a Poor Man's Lift. ;) )

 

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When you get to your destination and can't turn the truck off because you're not sure where the keys fell. (true story)

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When you fix your exhaust to get rid of the driver foot burn and actually end up missing it when your feet get cold on a long drive in the winter.

 

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Posted Image when you find that there used to be mice living in your head liner.... Oh wait is that just me?

 

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funny thing is my boss had mice in his 94 LE...

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Well then I guess it isn't just me lol

 

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when you look on youtube to see how different exhaust sound on your truck(everyone knows a chevy with a flowmaster on it).

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Lol thats what i put on mine lol

 

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Why you pass an NY state trooper going 35 in a 55 during the Vulcan storm and dare him to turn his lights on and touch his gas pedal.

 

.....and then pray your alt belt stops screaching and your hubs stay locked.

 

Also when your local nissan parts manager knows its when you give the first part #

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