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    Nothing special. Black in color, 1988, 4x4, 5 speed, stock as can be at the moment
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    Wichita Falls
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    Wrench And Socket Set Mechanic
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    I Go When I Can
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  1. 1988 4x4 5 speed with the vg30i. I’m having a small issue with the hose coming off the bottom of my radiator. When the motor is running, the top end of the hose will have a small bit of coolant pushing through the top, even though the hose clamp is as tight as it will ever get. Anyone have any ideas? It’s not a big enough leak to cause overheating issues but I would rather stop it. Thanks.
  2. Thanks a ton for the reply, man! I’ll probably go with a 2 or 3 inch body lift and crank the torsion bars a bit. I don’t do a lot of wheeling and when I do it’s just small patches of mud around my property. Thanks again for the reply and your 2 cents. I don’t know anything about these little trucks really.
  3. Hello, I was recently gifted a 1988 Nissan Pathfinder, 5 speed manual, 4x4 by my grandpa. Bought some 15x10 wheels and am on the look out for some 32 inch or 31 inch tires. But first I’m looking to lift it at least 2 inches up front. But I cannot seem to find any threads regarding lift options for the 1988 models. So please I’d appreciate every single opinion!

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