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Well I just found a 02 SE with 56k original miles. and I have a 99 SE limited. I want to start modifying them especially the 02 and after days of reading I am sure you

will all agree that OME is the suspension of choice. I thought it would be a thriving industry with choices like Fox, King , Rancho, Billstein ect. But I find myself desperate now

just because I can not find the emu 2922 rear springs. I dont want to wait till september. Any suggestions?

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5 minutes ago, JZONE777 said:

Well I just found a 02 SE with 56k original miles. and I have a 99 SE limited. I want to start modifying them especially the 02 and after days of reading I am sure you

will all agree that OME is the suspension of choice. I thought it would be a thriving industry with choices like Fox, King , Rancho, Billstein ect. But I find myself desperate now

just because I can not find the emu 2922 rear springs. I dont want to wait till september. Any suggestions?

Land Rover 9447 Defender 90 springs 

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Yup - go with LR springs for the rear. I run 9447 which PathyGig mentioned - https://www.lrdirect.com/NRC9447-supplied-by-britpart-branded-britpart.html

 

For the fronts I went with Dobinsons - https://www.dobinsonsdirect.com/products/dobinsons-pair-of-front-coils-for-nissan-pathfinder-r50-1995-2005c45-168?rq=mk_nissan~md_pathfinder-r50~yr_1995-2005 which do appear to be in stock currently. Most folks go with "AC" springs from 4X4 Parts but it looks like they are on backorder currently - https://www.4x4parts.com/i-18981165-pathfinder-front-lift-coils.html

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OME 2922 will give you about 1" of lift (considering a likely sagging rear).

 

LR 9447 give you 3"-4" over the saggy stock springs.

 

That could be a factor to consider if you don't want to touch the front and don't want tons or rake

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