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Aftermarket mods....


EricDPathy
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Hey all,

After wrecking my Xterra, I recently bought a 2012 Pathy SV. I won't be off road as much in this truck as my in my X, but I still want to do some minor stuff to it.

There doesn't seem to be many aftermarket suppliers for this Pathfinder. Where do you guys go for....skids, sliders, bumpers, light bars, etc..

Also, (admittedly I haven't really searched yet) it seems like it is a lot easier to do a suspension lift on these trucks. The 2nd gen X was a bitch! What is the least expensive SL out there for 2-3 inches of lift?

Thanks in advance for your input.

...and before the flaming starts....I'm searching lift options now too!

 

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http://www.4x4parts.com/c-1048816-suspension-suspension-lifts-lift-packages-pathfinder-2005-2012-pathfinder.html

 

http://www.4x4parts.com/c-1056954-skid-plates-skid-plates-pathfinder-2005-2014-pathfinder.html

 

http://calmini.com/model.php?m=39&b=1&t=1

 

Some things that fit the Frontier/Xterra/Titan may also work. Have a peek at Nistechlifts.com. Yeah, there are a few lifted R52's out there, but not many. Mostly due to the rear suspension being independent where the Xterra is a solid axle(you probably already knew that). Hope that gets you started!

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