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#1 (permalink) Old 12-27-2008, 09:46 PM
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I am about to purchase a 2007 4WD Pathfinder LE for my Wife. She wants to lift it the same as my truck is going to be. Kind of a matching thing for us...I know ain't it sweet...

But seriously all I can find is your leveling kit for the Pathfinder. I was wondering if the 4" spindles would work on the pathfinder and what I could do about the rear independent suspension?

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Calmini makes a 5 inch lift for it. Its the same front lift as the frontier but the rear has some brackets that drop the whole IRS down. Its like $1500 though. I've thought about it but my kids wouldn't be able to get in by themselves.

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Talk to PRG. Im sure they've had more than one pathfinder owner ask for the same thing. He can get you all setup. His products are worth it from the reviews Ive seen on here.

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Talk to PRG. Im sure they've had more than one pathfinder owner ask for the same thing. He can get you all setup. His products are worth it from the reviews Ive seen on here.

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I am about to purchase a 2007 4WD Pathfinder LE for my Wife. She wants to lift it the same as my truck is going to be. Kind of a matching thing for us...I know ain't it sweet...

But seriously all I can find is your leveling kit for the Pathfinder. I was wondering if the 4" spindles would work on the pathfinder and what I could do about the rear independent suspension?

Help!!!!
You can't use those spindles on a 4x4. I hate to say it, but I think your best bet for getting lots of lift would be Calmini.. Also you could check w/ 4x4parts.com. They have a project pathfinder w/ a mystery lift.

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the front is standard frontier, the rear I dunno. I suspect the rear setup is going to be close to the armada rear...so check on armada lift kits and see what they do

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hey, i'm planning on trading in my wife's altima for a new pathfinder. looking at lifting and even an armada swap. i'm interested in seeing where you go with this!



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the PRG mini kit for the pathy offers spacers for 2" all around...

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its a complete kit to lift both front and rear


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I am also thinking about lifting my wife's 2006 PF. I think there is a body lift out there somewhere (4x4parts?). I also believe some people run the OME suspension lift for ~2". Maybe PRG can come up with something as I would also be interested.


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Maybe PRG can come up with something as I would also be interested.
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