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  1. Welcome to NPORA everybody! Sounds like y'all have some pretty cool rigs, look forward to y'all creating build threads as you mod em!
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  2. Hello all, Picked up a 1997 Pathfinder XE, manual transmission, about a month ago. It's my first 4x4 and will be moving us from Virginia to Colorado next month. Previous owner put 31" tires on, but didn't add a lift or get wheels with the right backspace. So there is some rubbing right now when the steering is turned all the way. Overall pretty happy with it so far and looking forward to getting it fixed up and out on some trails. One of the first things I had to do was replace the coolant recovery tank. They initially sent me one that didn't fit (although the sticker on it says it fits all pathfinders 96-04/QX-4 97-03). Might see if someone on here is interested in it.
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  3. Not new to 4x4 but new to the Pathfinder, now i get to correct the last owners mistakes. So here to learn. 1988 SE
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  4. Thank you all for such a warm welcome
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  5. Just saying hi. Just moved to Australia and after looking at a few cheaper 4wds I ended up with a 2001 Tiv6 pathfinder. Its not in bad nick, couple bumps, couple rust spots. But mechanically it seems great. Was intending to put a 2in lift on it but to my surprise it had 1 fitted already with king springs and shocks less than 12 months old. Score. After some ideas floating around my head, plan is to turn it into a day/ weekend camper. A dual battery setup with fridge and draws will be fitted. As far as offroad gear goes, I won't be going mad. It has the factory alloy bull bar fitted and a non descipt bash plate fitted as well. All ill be fitting will be additional lights, recovery points from and rear as well as a roof tent setup. As well as all the required recovery gear.
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  6. Hi there, and welcome to NPORA! If you are lurking and thinking of joining the forum, what's the hold up?? REGISTER HERE! Your registration process will go a little bit like this: - You read the agreement, and check the box, and continue. - Once into the registration form, please fill out as much information as possible. This information will help other members help you, when you want to trouble shoot info, we know what year & model your truck is, we will also know where you are from, so we can suggest certain places to buy parts. Also, this information will separate you from spammers. Sadly we have had a lot of spam bots hit the site recently, so we had to up the security measures. Once you put in your information, and submit, you will come to a thank you screen. - Now it's our turn. The Admin team is now manually validating every member, to ensure no spambots get through the registration process. Once you have been validated, you will receive an email from [npora@ipbhost.com]** letting you know you're good to go. I suggest your next step would be to post a HELLO in the welcome section! Still on the fence?? We'll give you some time to think about it... we wont take it personally. In the meantime, check out the main website: http://www.nissanpathfinders.net/ Happy Posting! **Do not reply or send new email this address, as no one will respond. I have posted the email address only for you to add to your safe-list, in the event that your email spam filters do not let you receive the automated email from the forum.
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  7. Thanks again for the comments. Really makes all the hard work worth it in the end! I really decided to put in the full hydro steering while I was doing the engine for a couple reasons. 1) I already had the engine out, and plenty of room to work with. This was VERY nice when I had to weld on the mount for the steering valve onto my cute little car frame. 2) I was planning on going for a solid axle up front sometime in the "near" future, so this gets rid of a whole 'nother step I have to do when the axle goes in. The ram will need to be transferred to the new axle, get some longer hoses to allow some droop of the axle (the ram stays stationary where it is now, it will be moving up and down with the new axle) and make some longer tie rods. 3) Since the engine was out, I had a chance to make a mount for the PSC pump a lot easier than I could have done in the car. 4) The threads on the oil filter housing (where your oil filter screws onto) hit the stock steering box. If this was the only issue then it could have been remedied a whole lot easier than going to a new steering setup.
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