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  1. I got my first welding machine today!! Super excited. And yes, I know how to weld, just never had my own machine before. Going to school for it in a few months as well so thats a big plus
    5 points
  2. My nose is burning from all the bleach we use at work now. #essential
    3 points
  3. Ahhh.... I'd forgotten how much fun it was to just have the kids on my lap and driving around the lawn in the Pathfinder.
    3 points
  4. Hi guys just joined in from "Kenya"....I got one 1993 Nissan WHYD21 Pathfinder it's been out of the road for 7 Years and I just decided to put it together. I am here for a lot of information and source parts that I need..
    3 points
  5. I do not own a Pathfinder but my wife and all our 4 kids have had or currently have Nissan products. Our oldest daughter has a 2014 Pathfinder. My son had a high mileage used 1989 Pathfinder (3.0L, 5 speed, 180,000+ miles) in college about 20 years ago - it was a blast to drive. It developed an exhaust leak which we had planned to fix, but he got rid of it before we repaired it. He is now a sales manager at a Nissan Dealer!! I am a retired mechanical engineer and enjoy old cars. I am currently getting my first new car road ready again. It is a 1972 AMC Ambassador, and it is the first car our kids ever rode in. I also have a 1968 AMX 390. I am a member of the AMC forum. The purpose of joining this forum is because I found a storage tub with about a dozen parts (most NOS genuine Nissan) that we bought for my son's Pathfinder but never used. I want to give forum members first shot at them before I go to Craigslist or other outlets. I also will enjoy reading about the adventures of forum members.
    2 points
  6. I have to say thanks for all the people who contribute (or contributed) to this community. This REALLYYYY helps because there isn't much pathy content on Youtube. Thank you all who made NPORA possible and thank y'all who are helping me out with my questions. I think Im here to stay....?
    2 points
  7. Today is the last chance to enter for the September TotM!
    2 points
  8. I have a Pathfinder... it needs help, I need time to help it.
    2 points
  9. Got me some factory HID's for my 96 Pathy on the way.. Having installed some on my 97 Quey these will be different for I wont be going in blind on how the wiring needs to be done the right way.
    2 points
  10. Who would be interested in seeing me pick up an intake box from the junkyard (only ~$10) to do a detailed how-to on how to make the most out of the stock intake system without having to go to a full snorkel? It worked great for me and has worked great for those who I've passed the instructions onto so far, and I've been toying with doing a proper write up.
    2 points
  11. Built a custom roof rack basket that uses the old cross bar clamps to secure it the the stock rails!
    2 points
  12. ....ongoing adventure "Making my Pathfinder Great Again"
    2 points
  13. 2 points
  14. I miss my Pathfinder.... not the 16mpg.... but I have officially requested an authorization to replace the frame with a custom build, cross your fingers for a thumbs up!!
    1 point
  15. Hello everyone. Glad to be here with you all.
    1 point
  16. Barely streetable mostly just a offroad toy
    1 point
  17. 1 point
  18. Joined on 2020... But 5 year offroading with a couple of Pathies all around my country! Nice to be here!!!! PS. Forums are not dead!!!
    1 point
  19. Went up to Browns Camp again. My favorite place to go lately.
    1 point
  20. It needs some TLC but I am thrilled with my new Pathy. I haven't had a four wheel drive in awhile and I really missed it. It's good to be back in the saddle. Even better, it's a Nissan.
    1 point
  21. Greetings to my pathfinder colleagues ??
    1 point
  22. for the past month every free minute I've had has been spent on suspension or steering...exhausting//but WOW// what a difference
    1 point
  23. Hey look at that... I just tipped over the 1000 posts benchmark! YAY!!!
    1 point
  24. Hey Everyone High Five to all you Pathfinder owners Just installed Air lift bags in rear wow what difference
    1 point
  25. That really IS me in the profile photo... I just forgot to shave that day! (hehe!) ? ?
    1 point
  26. First Nissan Build Advice. Hello NPORA, I'll admit I have been stocking this forum from the shadows of the internet and decided today was the day to join. I also understand that my questions have most likely been asked and answered at least a dozen times so don't hesitate to point me to an existing thread. About a year ago I picked up my first 4x4, an 02 SE, automatic with 117k on it at the time of purchase. I've offroaded a few times in my uncle's 3rd gen 4runner and '85 Landcruiser but have not had the opportunity to have a rig of my own until now. First Impressions: On the highway, the Pathfinder is a rocket ship compared to the 4runners. Even while driving at elevation the Pathfinder still out performed the 4runner climbing mountain roads. I'm 'whipped for the VQ35de. Harsh winters are common here in Nebraska and the Pathfinder handled the snow/ice this year without a hiccup. With harsh winters comes the salt on the roads. The amount of rust on the undercarriage is not terrible given the vehicle has been in the southeastern part of Nebraska its entire life. However, the plastic fender flares are packed with dirt and also trapped a lot of moisture causing some rust on the body around the wheel wells. Poor design, IMO. (see attached photo) Overall, I'm highly satisfied with my purchase and can't wait to get started on making it my own overlander. Question 1: Has anyone here ever coated the bottom half of the body with bed liner? How did it turn out? Do you regret the decision? I plan on removing the flares, cutting out the rust and trimming the well up to fit 31's and coating the bottom 1/4 or so of the body with bedliner to prevent further rusting. Question 2: Has anyone here ever installed an air locker or e locker for either of their diffs? Which brand/model did you go with and why? Have you experienced any problems with the vehicle since installing the locker? Thanks for taking the time to read and respond. Send me your thoughts and suggestions. Thanks!
    1 point
  27. ? with 241k miles and unknown history the time has come to do the timing belt. I'm preparing resources, collecting P/N, and will be ordering parts soon.
    1 point
  28. Drove her home from work late last night, felt like I was boxing the cab with how bad the fuel smell was lmao. Checked her out this morning and discovered the clamps on the small hose between the fuel rails came loose again. Tightened them down and it seems we're good again for the time being. Damn this WD21 and the cold weather sometimes! Lol
    1 point
  29. Okay Summer, you had a good run but it's time to move along now!
    1 point
  30. Well, it's gone. Hopefully the new owners take care of it like I did, they seemed like good people who know what they're doing. Doesn't make it hurt less. ?
    1 point
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  32. Snohomish county in Washington is apparently a haven for car thieves. Now my 1988 Pathfinder has been stolen, partially stripped and damaged. I got it back, but it was no longer drivable. The radiator was blown apart and a bunch of wiring was torn out of engine compartment. I had insurance coverage through state farm, but they are doing all they can to get out of paying for the claim. They sent Kim Robinson to talk with me about the claim this week, but it was really a 2 hour interrogation and not at all intended to resolve the claim. I was insuring a lot through State Farm until that meeting. My monthly premiums were over $400 for my Carver Yacht, 2006 Truck, the Pathfinder, and renters insurance. Now everything has been moved to Progressive and Metro Mile Insurance companies. She asked me stuff like how long I worked for my employer, why I chose to not insure some of my vehicles for periods of time. Why I owned some vehicles that I didnt drive daily. Essentially, she was convinced I am trying to do something shady and she is on a fishing expedition to find out what exactly.
    0 points
  33. Very sadly getting rid of the R50 before winter. Looking at WD22 Xterra's, but the interior feels so cheap and crappy by comparison...
    0 points

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