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First gen Pathfinder, but owned 2 Hardbodies prior, overland/expedition build


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Checking over forum rules.  Swore I was a member here years ago, but seems my name wasn't being recognized.  Just sold our E350 camper conversion build we did a video series on.  We picked up a 1992 pathfinder for a great deal and are extremely pleased.  It's in great shape, and we look forward to exploring Nevada and Utah with it.  Nothing too extreme, just overland with the capability to get through and stay outa trouble.  Our E350 2wd open diff really made you apprehensive to leave the pavement without someone with you.

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Welcome back...very interested to see what you end up doing to your WD21.  Good thing is it doesn't need much to Overland.  A bit of suspension work and extra fuel carrying capacity to start in my opinion.

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Definitely appreciate any suggestions on suspension.  First initial run of the vehicle yielded some pretty impressive capability in loose stuff...the LSD really adds a level my 4runner didn't have back in the day.

 

Check out the vid, tell me what ya think

 

 

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