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R50JR last won the day on May 7

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    03 le
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    Skilled/Experienced Mechanic
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    Do Not Go Off-Road
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  1. Disregard. I found it. This forum is not helpful at all.
  2. Hey guys looking for some bullshiiiiiet around here
  3. I’ve bought a couple of things from Fleury and he makes good quality stuff. His missing link is robust.
  4. Truthfully, 90-95% of Pathfinder owners are not the target market. That’s the reason why there isn’t a market for stuff like this. Most Pathfinder/Nissan owners would own a Toyota or Jeep if they could afford it. Very few people are actual Nissan fans and simply buy because they’re cheap or couldn’t find something else. Buying roof rack that is 1/4 of the value of a car may not even be a smart decision in the long run. Still, I’m sure the amount of work OP has put in was exhaustive.
  5. You're not wrong, it is a lot of money, but this isn't an amazon Curt rack. OP spent a lot of time for R&D. It's a nice rack for a market that doesn't exist for the R50. I know you were not trying to be a jerk but consider the work that goes into something like this before commenting... or at least ask why the cost. Do you also make these tents?
  6. I use a kuat pivot v2 swing arm. Since you have the steel version you could weld a receiver on it to accept your bike rack. The rack is plenty strong to hold the weight. That would eliminate the need for any additional accessories .
  7. That size shows 30.9" diameter, which is essentially a 31". From previous posts, that size will not fit without making contact with phb. I'd recommend any of the 30.6".
  8. Very cool. These are obviously 4 pot brakes, but will they actually make a difference? Personally, I feel like the stock calipers aren't powerful enough. Having another option would be awesome!
  9. I did this job a few months ago. It sucks badly. Getting everything reconnected is the most difficult part. Sent from my Pathfinder
  10. Damn, I was off. I think i paid like 5-6k for mine end of 2017 so prices are steady? Although, mine is a fully loaded le for 03 so could be a pandemic increase like you mentioned. Sent from my Pathfinder
  11. I think what you are seeing is the nice PNW moss on the roof Sent from my Pathfinder
  12. Very clean car but I don't think the selling price will go very high. I'll guess $4350 max. One thing about older low-mileage cars is even though the mileage is low, the gaskets, seals, bushings still break down. So RMS on something like this could be in the near future.
  13. I missed this one. I’m back to civilization now. Might make another trip up there during summer and I’ll definitely look at Wire Pass. Thanks for the recommendation. Sent from my Pathfinder

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