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Everything posted by Gingy

  1. That was my thought. The military will pay to ship it for me. The only rust i've found have been on the exhaust and a little surface rust on the hitch (removed) and the push bar. The frame is actually pretty solid. I know it's hard for a great answer w/o y'all knowing the truck but thanks for the insight.
  2. What made you decide on that? a swap has been in the back of my mind.
  3. silverton, could you describe how you used the jumper to bypass the amps? Pics would be great!
  4. I bought my 92 SE a few months ago as an Alaska beater to get me by. Completely stock 202k miles, doesn't leak or smoke. Will need a clutch soon. But other than the air shocks and the rear wiper, everything works as advertised. even the A/C. Paid $900. What would one of these sell for down in the lower 48? (moving south this summer). I'm trying to decide if i should take it with me as my DD or just sell it here in Alaska. Thoughts?
  5. Thanks for all the replies. I guess i'll just run new wires. and yes i'm sure the fade is set to the middle and not just the front speakers. I even hooked up the power wire for the factory amp in the new harness. oh well. Thanks for the help y'all. Happy New Year
  6. recently replaced the factory head unity because all it's features quit working. ordered an install kit from crutchfield and wired my new unit all up but only the front speakers work. I believe my path has a factory amp. could this be the reason my rear speakers will not work? Whats the best fix?
  7. what about shocks? i have 0 desire to retain the stock electric adjustable ones. will i need to account for the 2-3"of lift?
  8. Second on the Isolator question. given the age and mileage i might as well buy new ones but i've seen a mention about cutting the springs. Sorry for all the noob questions. I just want to do this right the first time.
  9. Schweet. waiting on the slave to get here. Hopefully soon. I've had to bleed it once never touched the dampener. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G850A using Tapatalk
  10. Bought my pathfinder knowing the clutch master cylinder leked down. I was told by the p/o it was the master cylinder but wasn't sure. It doesn't appear to be leaking under the hood. HOWEVER, I just started connecting the dots with the what looks like old water stained aged carpet under the clutch pedal. Is it possible or common for these guys to leak back through the firewall? Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G850A using Tapatalk
  11. Would you mind sharing the moog part number? I'm wanting to go your same route minus the body lift. Are the JGC v8 coils progressive rate springs? Thanks for the help.
  12. DMA251 if you run across those pics please post. i'd love to see it. i'm not familiar with those pathfinders. I'm just getting into these things.
  13. Thats what i hear. I'll be searching for a writeup soon.
  14. Slowly but surely. Need a clutch tires and wheels.
  15. Yeah but we also don't have vehicle inspections or emissions testing. So it's a lot cheaper and easier when it comes to fixes and mods
  16. My noise is only when the truck is cold. It's a good maybe 10 minutes before it quiets up. i can drive it park it and crank it again and it's fine if it has warmed up. I dont know which would be worse to have. Broken exhaust stud or lifter problems lol. hell at 202,xxx miles it may be both.
  17. finally got this POS out. Been working on the bolts on the cat all week. One came out and the other snapped. Working on drilling and tapping now. Inside of the cat actually looks fine.
  18. Ol I was thinking as back spacing increased the further the outside lip is from the hub.
  19. Hopefully not too bad. i've got factory flares. a little is fine. i'm more concerned with rubbing but it'll be getting a little altitude bump soon. Thanks. Y'all guys are great. thanks for helping with all my noob questions
  20. Looking at a 15x8 procomp alloy wheel. Problem is the 4.5" backspacing. I'll probably be sticking with the 31x10.50 tire. I was trying to stay close to the 3.75" backspacing but that wheel is a beast at 27.8 lbs vs the alloy at 16 lbs. Will that 4.5" backspacing be anything to worry about?
  21. Thanks! I guess I didn't dig around enough on their site to see one with an e brake opening. I like the idea of security in the tuffy. I loved the storage and such of my old one.
  22. Ok I'll do some more digging. Thanks
  23. Ohhh thanks. I'll look more into it!

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