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XcrawlerkidX

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    1995 Nissan Pathfinder with 31 Firestone Destanation A/T... With a V6 3. L.. Took the tire rack off and made a custom rear bumper for it.. http://www.youtube.com/user/t11d9t12 check out my youtube
  • Place of Residence
    Maine
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Standalone Tool Chest Mechanic
  • Your Age
    16-21
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Weekend Warrior
  • Model
    SE
  • Year
    1995

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Maine

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  1. I have a 95 Nissan Pathfinder and it has 31's. Me and my dad want to but bigger tires on but we cant find anything for lift kits or anything for 95. We would like to put at least 33's on it. BUt do all we need is a body lift or could you just have a hockey puck body lift. So my question is can i put 33 with out a lift kit or body lift. and my other question is. Are there any lift kits out there? Thank You for your responses.
  2. Well i live in Maine and when it snows and they put that salt @!*% down it eats away your car or truck. And were I go wheeling (on the Stud Mill Road, Maine) Theres everything from dirt roads to big ass mud holes. Have never got her stuck. Happy Wheeling everybody. . P.S. Happy Turkey Eatin Day!!! A.K.A. Happy Thanksgiving!!!!
  3. Also,if anyone that reeds this lives in the Bangor,Maine area,please contact me.We are looking to meet some people in the area to go offroading with.It's not much fun goin' alone.

  4. Hello my fellow pathfinder lovers.My son started this membership and this my first time checking it out.As a chevy man,I am glad to to say my faith has been converted.I bought my Pathfinder only because I was in need of a vehicle,but it has become much more than that to me,so keep muddin,crawler or whatever it is that you love to do with yours. Later on,Tommy Trucker.

  5. I have been looking for a lift kit for my 1994 Pathfinder. I havnt found anything yet so if there is a lift kit for it can you give me the link for it so i can look at it check it out. Thank you for all the replies. P.S. This is my only way of transportation so nothing big, like a 2 or 3 inch lift will do. Thank You every body.
  6. This is just a reminder if you still have your fender flares on you might want to take them off cause all the mud,sand,and snow will eat away your truck if you don't.. It will only take you about 10 or 20 min. but it all depends if you have the right stuff.. And also if you have beefy tires it make your truck look badass
  7. I have a 1994 Nissan Pathfinder and sometimes the speed gage will work and it wont. Same with the RPM gage it will work then it wont work. Does anybody have a way to fix this proplem? Is it just with the 94 Pathfinders? If anybody has any answers thank you for your help. Also sometimes when it sits the RPM gage will go below 5,000 RPM and sometimes it will shut off. Does any one know why? I was thinking it was the sensor gage? but i don't know. Thanks for the help everybody appreciate it.
  8. Yea the thing about the cup holders on the 94 pathfinders in the center it sucks when its open cause you don't have a place for your arm,,

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