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doesnt have to do with blazers, just a question about other 4x4's

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 82K5_6.5L, Mar 10, 2003.

  1. 82K5_6.5L

    82K5_6.5L 1/2 ton status

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    doesnt have to do with blazers, just a question about other 4x4\'s

    hey my buddy just bought a new 03' Rubicon!! wow its amazing, so how well do they hold up off-road?? u know its got the locking diffs and some good axles, but can it do what they say it will??
    thanx
     
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    Re: doesnt have to do with blazers, just a question about other 4x4\'s

    I had a 2002 TJ with a 4 inch lift it was very flexy but I bent 4 tie rods 2 lower control arm brackets. Currie makes one hell of a ft tie rod assembly that is next to inpossible to bend.
    Jeep TJ is a good mild 4wheeler but the frame and other parts very weak. A freind in the club I belong to has broken
    the ft locker. But he has a heavy right foot.
     
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    Re: doesnt have to do with blazers, just a question about other 4x4\'s

    The only bad thing I've heard about them is the electric lockers are set up to disengage after the speedometer hits something like 10 mph. In mud that sucks cuz you may be traveling a 1/8th mph but the speedo is hitting 35mph.
     
  4. MilpitasK5

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    Re: doesnt have to do with blazers, just a question about other 4x4\'s

    take that question to www.jeepforums.com
    They have a discussion forum like ours.
     

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