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Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by teamhickman, May 6, 2005.

  1. teamhickman

    teamhickman 1/2 ton status

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    I’ve been really busy for the last few weeks and haven’t gotten the plates for the blazer. Well, after talking to Chevy_Addict at lunch today, I skinned out of work early picked up the plates and got the blazer insured……..Waaaaaa…..Hoooooo… :woot: …finally legal.

    Still have some safety issue to resolve but I hope to be ready for some easy trail runs in about a month. Once I develop some confidence in the drive train it will be time for lockers and better springs.

    What insurance company are you guy’s using? My insurance went up an additional 50 bucks a month to add the blazer. This seems high to me. We have one car with full coverage, my old pickup with just liability and I did the same for the blazer. Our total insurance bill will be 185.00 a month for all three vehicles.

    How does this compare to what you guy’s are paying? :thinking:

    Thanks,

    Andrew


    *******Chevy_Addict……thanks for getting me motivated! :bow:
     

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