2) Front-wheel Pathfinder hubs
What year lowers ?? or are they the same ?
1. 4 inch Sub frame lift in the rear provides a majority of the lift. The sub frame lift is essentially a frame drop. Because it drops the sub frame down, It does not effect the geometry of the wheel alignment specs. Thus allowing you to run a large lift in the rear that does not involve suspension components.
04-15 titan lowers will work. Dirt King and CJD also sell titan swap specific lowers but are spendy. CJD Allows you to retain your sway bar mounts on the lower control arm if you wish to do so where Dirt King does not.PathfinderDaddy wrote: ↑Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:17 amWhat year lowers ?? or are they the same ?
I have SPC uppers and CJD Racing outters coming.. Im going to use stock spindle for now and order the NI-8433 Axles. All im trying to do is get the upper off the Strut basket
Thanks your build is pretty sick!
Code Pathfinder wrote: ↑Mon Oct 19, 2020 11:51 amALSO:
The suspension lift portion is maxed out at 2 inches of suspension lift.
After 2 inches of SUSPENSION LIFT, you cannot get the rear end aligned properly.
The adjusters for camber and toe are maxed out and cannot be dialed in again.
You have a couple of options to fix this:
1. Remove the SF Creations puck and run the ironman springs.
2. Install a subframe lift kit to provide more lift in the rear of the pathfinder.
3. Buy these offset bushings for the rear upper control arms (They say they are for the Australia models only but they work for US and Canadian models as well. They are BS'ing you on their website). The offset bushings allow you to preset the camber in the rear so that the camber adjuster on the lower control arm can be fine tuned. Once camber is corrected, then the toe spec can be dialed back in to factory specs.