\'bout time to dump my K5 I was driving to the carwash the other day (about 10 miles). First it overheats. My fault, I didn't add enough anti-freeze after I blew my hose. Then I broke the front u-joint on my front driveshaft. I was in two wheel drive with the hubs unlocked. So I pulled over and took it off. I washed it up (after having to rewire the starter solenoid at the carwash since it wouldn't start), drove about two blocks and broke the front u-joint on the rear driveshaft. I couldn't get stopped quick enough so the rear u-joint went and my drive shaft went rolling down the road. These u-joints had less than 100 miles on them. Maybe 10 minutes of off-road time on them. I figured out that in the past month that I have owned this thing, it has cost me over $5/mile to drive it, not including gas. My Blazer has a 6" suspension lift and 35" Super Swampers. Any ideas on how to make it not so unreliable? I would like to actually drive this thing. If I can't drive it soon, she's getting traded off, along with my 95 Z71, for a 97 Wranger.