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muddfildvaynes

Its been awhile - SAS R50 Pathfinder

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It's been awhike since I have been on here, recently acquired this 98 SAS Pathfinder with a very reputable build sheet....

This one has a SAS with a d44 out of a 79 bronco with Reid racing knuckles, arb air locker in rear, Tom woods front and rear driveshafts, Tom woods slip yoke eliminator, a 3.3 that is now a 3.4 with diamond racing pistons, and European racing cams, upgraded calmini 4:1 gears, 5 Speed manul trans, dual battery system with upgraded alternator that you can weld off of at 2k rpms, snorkel, 10 gallon fresh water storage tank.... the list goes on.


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You're gonna have fun with this !!! ;)

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Very cool. If love to get more in depth info on the swap setup. Headed towards a SAS soon myself.

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Thats awesome. Featured in 4wheeler on what looked to be an epic trip. Have fun with that rig!

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I have the R200A ARB locker that used to be on that truck. Amazing the transformation it's gone through. He's got a few other good posts on Nissan4Wheelers.com.

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So much 'Want' for that truck.

 

Love it.

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Is there a thread somewhere that shows the details of the SAS itself? After the short amount of time running the sfd/ac combo, im looking more into this.

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