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1998 Chevy Blazer LT 4X4.

I'm sorry to go off topic, but, why get an SUV without the 4WD??? Why not get a minivan instead??? Same thing goes for 2WD pick-up trucks...??? :shock: :shock: :shock:
 
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Well, for me, We have a mini-van too. Both of them were bought in Florida before we thought we'd move up here. No real need for 4WD in Orlando and I save over $2000. Now, I wish I'd spent the x-tra money :-(
 

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Bill, I understand that scenario...althought $40 more/month and you be plowing through the mighty storms with ease!

It's kinda like getting a Corvette or a 911 with an automatic tranny...just doesn't make sense to me...although your case is different considering the climates!! :D
 

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Finally another Toyota owner! I wouldn't own anyother car or truck! Got three of them in the driveway to prove it!
 

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I can't believe how many of you drive foreign vehicles. I personaly won't buy one. I like to keep my money at home. Oh Boy, this should stir up some shit! :smt071
 

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Nothing to stir up Nick! You just spend more home $$$ then they do buying Rice Burners!

You're happy you buy american every 5 years and they're happy they buy Jap every 15yrs! To each his own, no! :shock:
 

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Greg Rempe said:
Nothing to stir up Nick! You just spend more home $$$ then they do buying Rice Burners!

You're happy you buy american every 5 years and they're happy they buy Jap every 15yrs! To each his own, no! :shock:

Oh how untrue. Our work trucks last us 12 - 15 years doing construction work, constantly overloaded, but never fail us. I haven't seen a comparable rice burner that can do this for me. At least not this size. I just gotta keep my money in the good ole USA!!!
 

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Nick, I don't speak from experience...I have a 98 Blazer! 56K miles and just had to replace the rear pinion bearings! :oops:
 

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