2005 Pathfinder Lift Kit?

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3" body lift avail now

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Re: 2005 Pathfinder Lift Kit?

Postby rragpaoa » Sat Jan 10, 2009 12:29 pm

stoltz wrote:Does anyone know of a lift kit for the 2005 Pathfinder?
I am only looking for about 2".
If I install this, will it void the factory warranty?

I thought I saw a lift for this vehicle, but can't remember where.
I would agree with NVSteve and GJim. Go with the OME suspension upgrade. Stay away from the body lifts (functionally useless except for adding bigger tires). I have the OME suspesion and installed them myself as well. Just have PepBoys install the springs on the front shocks for $20 a shock like I did, and have Firestone do the alignments.

The problem with the spacers are in the rear. You are lifting the rear springs, but not lifting the rear shock. So you actually LOSE rear wheel travel. No good. Up front you are lifting BOTH the spring and shocks (the whole strut) so you maintain wheel travel, however, you will hit the coil buckets at full droop unless you buy new UCAs, which will add to the cost to more than the OME setup. So, better suspension, overall lower cost, better wheel articulation ..... so what have you decided to do? ;-)

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Looking to purchase ome kit.

Postby Thunderhead420 » Fri Nov 06, 2015 6:38 am

Can't seem to find prices or ordering details. Anyone? Ome

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