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    Well I have an R50 and although it’s not 4x4 (SADLY it’s a 2x4) I still off-roading sometimes with it and I’m just trying to make it look perty so it’s my first car I am very young and I am trying to learn a lot about my car I’ve done little thing to it to make it look nice and clean but I’m still adding more and more stuff every day.
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  1. I saw i can use land rover spring im just not sure which ones aswell im not trying to break the bank
  2. I need help to find the stock spring height for the rear of a 2000 pathfinder se.i want to go atleast 1 inch higher than stock.im not trying to go higher than that.i only mainly want it for a bit better towing , suspension,and asthetics with stock rims and tires. I just redid my front suspension so I’ll probably just use a 1 inch spacer for the front but i greatly need new springs for the rear aswell as shock absorbers because with my friend weighing at 250lbs and siting in my trunk the the rear tires are touching the wheel wells and even going over bumps while off-roading too so im constantly bottoming out and hitting the bumps stop in the rear which is the only thing saving my frame from cracking

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