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Hi everyone. I am new to off roading and just bought a 1995 D21 Terrano in dark green to match my daily Nissan Note. It has TD27t and auto. already has Roady 31 x 10.5 x 15 tyres on Mistral alloys. needs a fair bit of work to get road legal and the starter motor working could be good too! Paid $1250 for her as is where is. Planning on the roadworthy fixes, then a snorkel, a water to air intercooler, muddies, engine and trans oil coolers, spotlights and a roof rack and basket as time and money allow. going off road and hunting in NZs wonderful bush areas.

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Hello, I'm new to the forum but not Pathfinders. I'm the original owner of a 96 XE with 196,000 miles and just purchased a 2001 LE as a replacement. I'm looking forward to seeing what others have done to/with their Pathy's and sharing some of my experiences.

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Hello NPORA members I'm new to this! I look forward to talking with you all!

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Great group! I have a 95 Pathfinder Low miles. Im looking to make some cheap mods. Any recommendations would be helpful

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Hi everyone!

Not new to Nissan's but new to the Pathfinder.

We have a 95 4 door XE 4x4. We are second owners.

 

I bought it after the frame rusted out on the wife's Escape and it got us through the winter and snow without a hitch and was quite impressive.

 

It has needed some work

 

-exhaust

-ball joints

-O2 sensor

-shocks

 

There are other strange little things that I will be searching through the forums for answers or asking but it has been a good truck so far.

 

Hmm maybe I should get some pictures of it.

 

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Hello everybody 

I am a 1990 Terrano WD21 owner from Portuga, and i just find now this forum... 

 

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Greetings from SW Florida/Tampa Bay. So, I've had my 2002 Pathy LE what seems like forever (although it's only been maybe 7 years) and it's been the 4th Nissan I've owned (previously Altima, Maxima, Sentra). Once upon a time we had 3 Nissans in the driveway and this is the last one because it's been damned near bulletproof. Despite the oil leaks, it's at 164k on the original drivetrain and runs like champ. I originally bought it as a spare/utility vehicle, but it got pressed into daily driver service for a few years when the Maxima was totalled. Had to sideline it for a while because it badly needed some stuff replaced/updated and funds were going to other things. But this summer I've finally gotten around to updating the suspension (Old Man Emu medium duty springs and KYB shocks), new rotors and pads up front (first time experience for me on this vehicle, that was quite an unexpected adventure), waiting on new rear brake shoes to arrive and then it's just an alignment and new tires and she's good to go. With the exception of a failed ignition coil episode that required a catalytic converter replacement, I've done almost every bit of wrenching myself on this thing to keep it on the road, and she has rewarded me well.

 

My other cars are an Audi A5 and 2008 Jetta. The A5 I'm in love with and it's a fantastic car all around. The Jetta... meh, it's been a pain in the ass.

 

Couple of other non-essential things I want to get to on my Pathy - repainting a couple of areas that have been eaten up by the Florida sun over the years, and re-upholstering the front seats, which actually is how I ended up here. 

 

There's my intro. Happy motoring!

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Hey everyone, just bought a pathfinder this weekend. Hoping to keep it for a while and slowly build it into a more capable off-roader.

 

Cheers

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50 minutes ago, wabajacked said:

Hey everyone, just bought a pathfinder this weekend. Hoping to keep it for a while and slowly build it into a more capable off-roader.

 

Cheers

 

:welcome:  It's a great platform, have fun!

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