The subframe may not swap over easily because the armada frame is wider than the pathfinder frame.silverarrow27 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 03, 2021 11:09 pmAlthough the rear coil bucket arm on the USA Pathy looks weak compared to the imported Pathy, the bushing seems to stick a bit further out on the USA Pathy unless it's just the angle that you took the picture that makes it look so?
I'm still dealing with my rear alignment issue myself. I think I have it eyed good enough now, but my traction light came on for some odd reason. I'll have to keep playing with my suspension. At least I can take off my rear UCA less than 20 minutes(includes jacking up the suv, put jack stands in place, and take off wheel).
I've actually been looking into doing a rear Armada conversion. Basically front Titan swap with a rear Armada conversion and the benefit of the 6x5.5 bolt pattern all the way around for way more wheel selections. Won't happen this year, but I'll seriously look more into the rear Armada conversion next year to see if there are any performance benefits to doing it. So far, the only difference I've found is the rear uca is different. Shock lengths seem to be very minimal in differences.
I went with the US version of the bushings: