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  1. Hi All, Looking to sell my 2004 Pathfinder SE - Tell me what you got... Just installed 15x9" 'Pro Comp Steelies w/ BFG K2s 3x12.5 and raised 1.5 in the front and 2" in the back.
  2. ok.....Thanks you for the information! yes, please do - part # of ProComp
  3. Hi All, I have a 2004 Nissan Pathfinder SE and I have 2" spacers and with the same issue. I've installed 4 camber bolts. I'm taking her in tomorrow to get aligned. Lets see what they say. Will that fix the issue? Also, I'm think installing 31X10.5, 15x8.......Any recommendations?
  4. I've always heard that anything 2.5" spacer lift and below is fine. The issues start when you start add anything 3" and more.
  5. That's what i say......i want to run 16" What do you think? I've raised the Path 2" inches all the way around, but now looking for rims and tires....
  6. This is his reply- Unfortunately, that is a steel wheel and all Nissan and Toyota trucks have issues with aftermarket steel wheels fitting onto the vehicles. Kind Regards, Stephen Pearson
  7. Hi All, Thanks for allowing me to join this group. Well let me start of by saying that I have a 2004 Nissan Pathfinder that I've been working on now for about 3 months. I've been working on little mechanical issues it has. But almost done. I've been looking for some steel black rims in 16" and have found them. But the problem now is that the store manager told me that NIssans and Toyotas have issues with Steel rims. So I have here to the pros to find out the answer. Have any of you who have steel rims on your R50 have you encountered any issues? Here are the rims that I want to install on the Path! These rims are 16" by 8 and 6X5.5. Tires will be a 265/75R 16 Also, I need to change my value covers which are leaking. Any advise you guys can share? I'm in Socialist Republic of California thanks

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