WEIR, QC, oct 2nd - nice one

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WEIR, QC, oct 2nd - nice one

Postby fleurys » Sun Oct 03, 2010 6:15 am

Last trail this saturday at WEIR in QC.

amazing decors and good day overall. A bit of more body damage. It's time for the season to come to an end soon :lol:

I had my last regular skidplate bolt come out. You can see on the video that it is holding with one only... The threads in my sub-frame for the skidplate is simply too small and rusty.. Will have to tap a bigger bolt like I did on the other side.

Body damage was : front bumper sratch, fron fog light pushed in, rear fender scratch/bump, bullbar pushed in on the hood and tailgate lifted on one side about 1/2 inch.... ouch... :teeth:

I still had a hell of a good time. This pathfinder is amazing.. It brought me home after like nothing had happened ...hahaha

Click on the pictures for the a few videos...

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Matt06
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Postby Matt06 » Mon Oct 04, 2010 8:07 am

Hey,

Nice Path, I just joint the CXQ so hopefully will meet on the trail some time. I have an R51 with a 2'' lift so can't wait to play with the Xs... Nice to see an other Path in the club... Tu peux voir le mien dans la section des nouveaux "2006 pathfinder lifté" A +

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Postby richardekirby » Sun Oct 17, 2010 5:02 pm

Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

How does your friend like his Jeep? I really wanted one of those, but my wife liked the Pathy better. It is more practical for her.

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Postby fleurys » Sun Oct 17, 2010 7:13 pm

richardekirby wrote:Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

How does your friend like his Jeep? I really wanted one of those, but my wife liked the Pathy better. It is more practical for her.
he loves it.....and me too !

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Postby 05Pathfinder » Tue Nov 09, 2010 5:17 pm

Are you from St Catherine de la J.C.?

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Postby fleurys » Tue Nov 09, 2010 5:26 pm

05Pathfinder wrote:Are you from St Catherine de la J.C.?
nope... i'm on the south shore of montreal..


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