My suspension is not as bad in the rear but from what I know, my camber is also off slightly. When I went to get an alignment done, ive been told that rust on the camber bolts is the issue and considering it has that rust, they were unable to fix up the slight change. It would require a bit more work than it's worth to fix it to a perfect setting. Now I'm not saying that your setting is fine to ride on, because I'm sure it's not with that significant tire ware but the same fix might be needed in your case at this point. Just throwing it out there if any shop throws that at you.My 07 Mo 200,000 mi has very evident tipping of the rear wheels. Some extra wear on the inner surface of the tires as a result. Is this a common occurrence or what should I look at for problems that might be causing it?
You may not have gotten any responses because you asked a question that really only you can answer--is it worth fixing my car or should I move on? The new rear subframe answered that question.Yeah... thanks yall for your "help"... Got my new subfram - brand new from NISSAN and mounting it this week.
The frame +tax came to $550,thanks to a buddy of mine that works at Nissan.You may not have gotten any responses because you asked a question that really only you can answer--is it worth fixing my car or should I move on? The new rear subframe answered that question.
I didn't see your original post, but I'm guessing that the rear subframe rotted through and that's why the wheel camber was way off? How much did it end up costing you?
That's a good deal for a brand new rear subframe. The cheapest I found online is about $588 although that doesn't include tax or shipping which would be expensive. You owe your buddy a few beers.The frame +tax came to $550,thanks to a buddy of mine that works at Nissan.
The price is insanely good! Buuut the list price in my buddy dealership is $773 and my local dealership quoted me $836 and those are prices befor tax... I was mind blowen and on the edge of scrapping my car... Another friend of mine will be installing it for $270 labor, both dealerships said $120/hr and it takes 5hrs to change by the book. I def owe both my buddys cases of beer lol Tomorrow we are swaping it out, but not only that, we will be changing the other things on the pic. Last week we did new NGK Iridium plugs + 6 brand new OEM Nissan coils... Did a lot of work to the car and investied alot of money into it...That sounds like a great price! Do you happen to know what the list price for it? Will Nissan be installing it? If so, what will they charge for the labor? Thank you for the update!
Thank God I did. My Mo has exactly 130800 miles right now. It costed me even more cause the rear lower front control arms were shot and had to buy 2 OEM ones off of dealer cause there are no alturnate part. Just so you guys know, and they are expensive AF! $178 each without tax SO the invested amount in my Murano went up by exactly $400... Total cost for everything + rear brake pads and oil change + filter came to $1260. And still have to go through alighment tomorrow, so add $90 more - $1350... BUT she drives like new now, never knew it would be soo good to drive a 13 year old car with a 80% brand spanking new rear suspention + Subframe :O I got some pics for you guys!For that price you made a great decision to keep it!
When my '03 front subframe rusted away it was going to cost me $1500-2000 at a local repair shop, and that's with a donor subframe...
How many miles do you have on your '07?