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Thread: 2002 Nissan Pathfinder w/ Old Man Emu suspension

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    Quote Originally Posted by vengeful
    Which coils did you go with up front? Light or Heavy? Looks like you got a little more than 1.75" out of it! Has it settled much yet?
    I went heavy all around. I do think I ended up with more that the listed amount of lift, but that may be due to the fact that it had sagged out quite considerably.....
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    You will only notice a change in gas millage if you get bigger tires.
    This might be negated by the narrower tire.

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    So....Mr. Moody, hate to bug ya, but have you had a chance to snap those pictures of the shock mounts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vengeful
    So....Mr. Moody, hate to bug ya, but have you had a chance to snap those pictures of the shock mounts?
    So sorry! I spaced it, but I sure will...
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    Quote Originally Posted by vengeful
    So....Mr. Moody, hate to bug ya, but have you had a chance to snap those pictures of the shock mounts?
    Okay, I am a lollygagger, but here they are. I don't have your email anymore, so I'll post them here, but I have a few more I can email to you if you'd like:




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    Thanks! Just what I needed. Mine are different. Farther back on the "frame" and they are studs. The nuts are seized up and I need new shocks, and was looking at the 99.5"+ upgrade anyways. Thanks again man.
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    Why would you consider it an upgrade?

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    OME looks great!

    I test drove a Pathy before I bought the Trooper and really liked it - if I would have found the right one at the right price - I would have bought one...'course, if I would have known at the time what the OME lift would have looked like, it would have been really tough not to go with one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bootzilla
    OME looks great!

    I test drove a Pathy before I bought the Trooper and really liked it - if I would have found the right one at the right price - I would have bought one...'course, if I would have known at the time what the OME lift would have looked like, it would have been really tough not to go with one...
    The Trooper OME Kits look great as well. A friend has it on his Trooper, and it turned out quite well, along with his sliders and slightly larger tire...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nissandoms47
    Why would you consider it an upgrade?
    Different shock mount style provides more shock options.
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