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2wd or 4wd? Which do you have

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2wd now with the TB
 
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4WD. Honestly, I don't understand the point of owning a 2WD Blazer.
 
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Drag racing maybe?

But I got a 4x4, and the jimmy I purchased for my rents is a 4x4 as well
 
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Originally Posted by WraithLeader View Post
4WD. Honestly, I don't understand the point of owning a 2WD Blazer.
Same reason people get a 2wd pickup. Need to haul or tow stuff on the road, and never plan to go offroad.
 
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Originally Posted by cleburne red View Post
Same reason people get a 2wd pickup. Need to haul or tow stuff on the road, and never plan to go offroad.
Or drive in the Winter ?
4WD is also used "on the road" for safety reasons. ie. Snow & ice. Not to mention the "fact" that there are thousands of unpaved roads in America. Maybe not in your area. I have 4X4 so that my travels will not be restricted due to the surface construction or conditions of the road whenever & wherever I may be or want to go. Example :Some highways in Colorado require chains in order to use the road during "adverse weather events". 4WD is almost a necessity in some regions of the country regardless of "Offroad" aspirations. The added mobility 4WD offers is worth the weight penalty of the front drive axle and transfer case for some people.
 
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