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Old 09-10-2010, 02:13 PM   #1
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Well after weighing out my options Ive decided to build something that can actually fit my entire family in and still keep it NISSAN! Picked this 2WD 4 door Pathfinder up yesterday This is going to be a pretty slow build-up, I want to finish up Yoli's truck first and just drive it for a bit while I collect some parts. But the plans are Stock floored and keep doors and rear seat all functional. Here a couple of pics of it once I got it home. I think I'm out growing my shop





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Old 09-10-2010, 02:29 PM   #2
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these things are popping up everywhere lately
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Good luck with it ven. They are a pain. Id suggest just doing a hb or yota clip and a 3/4 frame to keep is easy.
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Yea I am most likely gonna use my HB front frame and build it from the firewall back. Good thing is I have a Helluva donor truck...lol
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Coo deal. Good luck with it. If u give it a lil time. Mat will be able to show you how bad keeping the back seat is gonna be. Lol
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Old 09-10-2010, 03:27 PM   #6
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Im sure of that, however Im not planning on running really big wheels, it may just be on my 17"s for now, so hopefully it makes it a lil easier. I may end up with an 18" or 20" on it but as of right now I have what I have...lol
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Even bodied on 18s youll be tubing into the rear door jambs. So pick a size wheel u want later and tub it for that.
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For sure, It will definitely be tubbed in the upward direction...lol. How far are you getting into your rear doors? Will the rear windows still be functional on 20's?
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not too sure. but they should be fine since they have that lil extra stationary window back there
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nice! windows should still be functional since the fixed glass is there and the backs only roll down 1/2 way too. you could rig it to use the front door regulators like i did on my crewfinder, but i dont know how well itll last with daily use.
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