Last post on Nov 30, 2008 at 12:49 PM
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Nissan Pathfinder, Performance Mods, SUV
Sep 10, 2006 (9:58 am)
i have a 2inch lift for the truck that i am about to take off my pathfinder and i am taking the 32s off so i can sell it stock.
#71 of 79 lift for 96 up pathfinder
Sep 10, 2006 (8:21 pm)
i ordered the 2 inch springs and shocks and struts. i installed everything and it rode like hell. the next day i took my struts to the machine shop and had 2 inches from some old struts added to my new struts much better and also alot more articulation a must only thing is my new struts didn't last but about a year. maybe they were just some cheep ones they sent.
#74 of 79 Re: swaying [bigt4l]
Dec 03, 2006 (10:57 am)
I have the same problem with mine, some one told me to check the rear wheel bearings, but I haven't had time due to the fact that I'm in Iraq, have you found the problem solution yet if so e-mail me at:
Feb 04, 2007 (6:10 pm)
Heard they will be offering the 5.6L V8 in the Pathy next year, anyone else hear this?
#77 of 79 Re: swaying [bigt4l]
Nov 11, 2007 (2:31 pm)
To fix the sway: I too own a 1996 Pathfinder and replaced the 8 bushings on the 4 rear control arms (2 lower, 2 upper). The bushings were ordered online from Courtesy Nissan along with 8 bolts & nuts for about $150.00. The upper bushings are different from the uppers even though they look the same. Getting the arms off was difficult; in fact, this was the most difficult repair I ever did. Even with an impact wrench, Parts Blaster and a torch, the bolts were frozen and had to be cut with a grinder or drilled-out. Once off, the old bushing have to be pressed out with a 20 ton press (I did it with a 12 ton press but just barely). You also need the right sleeve (arbor?) to push-out the old bushings and push-in the new ones. Applying a torch to the arm helped when pressing them out. I got the press at Harbor Freight. Job took about 15 hours start to finish. A schematic can be found at http://www.courtesyparts.com/betasite/pathfinder-r50-1996-2004/genuine-nissan-pa- rts/axle-suspension/431-rear-suspension/-c-4700_4701_4800_4804.html. Nissan dealer price $1200 to $1600. You can also just buy new arms with the bushings installed. Good Luck!!!
#78 of 79 Snow Tires
Nov 30, 2008 (10:20 am)
My son has a 1995 Pathfinder.
In addition to the more or less stock tires he also has 4 studded snow tires (in my garage) which he has no need for.
He want's to trade/sell the regular tires and the snow tires (rims and all) for oversized rims and tires.
I won't go into the merits of what he wants to do, that's his thing. I am interested in getting the snow tires out of my garage as quickly as possible. He has agreed to let me post them on Craigs list.
The tires are radial WINTER KING P235/75R15 108Q M+S. The rims are (factory) painted white enamel with a red and blue pen stripe around the circumference. I don't think either the rims or the tires have been used much. The rims are in very good to excellent condition and the tires have excellent tread and, as far as I can tell, no missing studs.
Is $350 a fair asking price?
Apologies if this is the wrong place for this sort of query.