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ComatoseLlama

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    94 XE - definitely shows the woes of Michigan winters.
  • Place of Residence
    Ann Arbor
  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Standalone Tool Chest Mechanic
  • Your Age
    16-21
  • What do you consider yourself?
    Serious Off Road Enthusiast
  • Model
    XE
  • Year
    1994

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  • Location
    Ann Arbor MI
  • Country
    United States

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  1. Cranked t-bars, and ball joint spacers or new ucas. Gonna want a panhard drop too.
  2. Other thought was grabbing like a grand cherokee/tj/land cruiser axle with the links still attached and figuring out how to weld up link mounts to the frame
  3. Just picked up a 94 pathy this weekend, planning a half effort frame up restoration. Problem is my fron suspension is absolutely shot (rides on bump stops, and a bad cv). I've been debating a SAS, but I don't want to do a link setup in front, as that would probably double to triple the price of a swap vs leafs, at least for me. Since I'm doing leafs up fron (thinking yota leafs, maybe some ford van leafs instead), I don't want leafs up front anjd links out back, especially since it seems like the rear on it isn't gonna flex too much, Thinking 63s back there. I guess my main questions are- Does this sound like a reasonable plan and What axles should I use that would have the spring perches around where I'd need them? Wanting 32s maybe 34s with lockers.

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