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After being part of R50 pathfinder family for so many years, Sfcreation is now looking to enter the R51 Pathfinder one. We will soon bring to market our 1", 1.5" front spacers and our 1",2",3" rear spacers. Now since the R51 pathfinder is IFS and IRS, of course the real height of the lift will be greater than the height of the spacers. This is where you come into play !



2 options are available:


1) If you have a pathfinder R51 and you live near my location (Ste-Catherine, QC), and willing to drive to it, You'll get the lift kit, and I'll install it with you! Reserve yourself a full day ! Measurements will also be taken for a full set of skidplates.


2) If you are good with tools and are not afraid to use them, I'll send you all the items of the lift kits. You will need to install them, send the pictures and you keep it all.



All the spacers have been made using suspension items from an R51 (struts, coils), but now we need pictures and real life data about the height in order

to finalize the new product introduction.




If you are interessted, please contact me at (info @ sfcreation . com) and send me some pictures of your R51. I am looking for clean and very little

(if any) rusted R51. This pathfinder will be immortalized on our web site, facebook page, etc.. so it needs to look good !


Je parle francais aussi.. donc aucun probleme avec ça !


Steve.


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If you're an R51 owner thinking about doing this, but are unsure of the quality, workmanship or reputation of Steve or his SFC products, do not hesitate! Steve is a great guy, who has produced very high quality products, paired with even higher quality customer service, for a very niche market. I can personally vouch for his R50 spacer kits and skid plates. I'm probably underestimating if I suggest that probably at least half of the lifted R50's on NPORA either are running or have run SFC products. Seeing this offer makes me wish I had an R51, as I'd be all over this! I'm very glad to see you looking to expand the line a bit, Steve!

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Please tell me that SOMEONE has jumped on this AMAZING opportunity?!?!?

 

And to add to what 01Pathmaker said above, fleurys would not be a member of NPORA's Vendors Group if he was not an exceptional member of this community. ;)  And he's bilingual to boot! :lol:

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I would but I'm not close enough.

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7 hours ago, RedPath88 said:

Please tell me that SOMEONE has jumped on this AMAZING opportunity?!?!?

 

And to add to what 01Pathmaker said above, fleurys would not be a member of NPORA's Vendors Group if he was not an exceptional member of this community. ;)  And he's bilingual to boot! :lol:

unfortunately, no one has....

i'm starting to ask myself if there is any R51 owner that uses them to go off-road or has it just died with the r50 (pathfinder models I'm talking here)...  I guess the next step is to go facebook, but I wanted to get someone here who is more implicated in the scene...

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2 hours ago, fleurys said:

unfortunately, no one has....

i'm starting to ask myself if there is any R51 owner that uses them to go off-road or has it just died with the r50 (pathfinder models I'm talking here)...  I guess the next step is to go facebook, but I wanted to get someone here who is more implicated in the scene...

I see lots of pics of modded R51's, but it seems like many of them are overseas.  You would think more people would be interested though, you've got a great opportunity you're offering.....

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3 hours ago, k9sar said:

I would but I'm not close enough.

Hey Scott... you are close enough for option 2  ;)

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On ‎6‎/‎11‎/‎2018 at 7:25 AM, fleurys said:

2) If you are good with tools and are not afraid to use them, I'll send you all the items of the lift kits. You will need to install them, send the pictures and you keep it all.

 

And those of us who have been around for a while know that your more than capable of the installation... as long as it does not require the use of fire :FartExplode-vi:

:D 

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3 hours ago, fleurys said:

unfortunately, no one has....

i'm starting to ask myself if there is any R51 owner that uses them to go off-road or has it just died with the r50 (pathfinder models I'm talking here)...  I guess the next step is to go facebook, but I wanted to get someone here who is more implicated in the scene...

Well that really stinks... maybe it's just being overlooked, so perhaps if we keep this thread active someone will notice it!

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17 minutes ago, RedPath88 said:

Well that really stinks... maybe it's just being overlooked, so perhaps if we keep this thread active someone will notice it!

Maybe it needs to be mentioned in the WD21 and R50 subforums.  I bet a lot of people never check the R51 section, even if they have one, because it's their DD and their wheelin rig is an older gen.  Maybe if they see this they'd be willing to mod their daily, but only if they see it.

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9 hours ago, RedPath88 said:

Hey Scott... you are close enough for option 2  ;)

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And those of us who have been around for a while know that your more than capable of the installation... as long as it does not require the use of fire :FartExplode-vi:

:D 

Never saw option 2..  Sure, I'd definitely install them.  Had new shocks and struts installed in march so I wouldn't even need to fight with rusted bolts

 

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9 minutes ago, k9sar said:

Never saw option 2..  Sure, I'd definitely install them.  Had new shocks and struts installed in march so I wouldn't even need to fight with rusted bolts

 

@fleurys Looks like we may have a winner??

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1 hour ago, k9sar said:

Never saw option 2..  Sure, I'd definitely install them.  Had new shocks and struts installed in march so I wouldn't even need to fight with rusted bolts

 

:jig:Bingo!  I'd just love to see sfcreations expand, I'm a huge fan of my spacers!!  Maybe Steve could do 4th gen 4Runner stuff next...:whistle:

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I will more then happy install whatever parts you need me to install on my truck. 

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1 hour ago, MCardoso said:

I will more then happy install whatever parts you need me to install on my truck. 

Thank you...but it seems that we just found our man with K9sar.. Discussions are already in process. Thank you for your interest !

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