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Old 11-29-2011, 10:35 AM
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i own a 02 4dr 4x4 with an open diff, and an 01 2dr 4x4 with the gm G80 locker....so what are all of us blazer owners been able to do with our blazers. as far as towing, mudding, offroad, NO RACING THESE ARE SUV'S!!!! pulling people out ect.... let us know
thanks guys....i got a camo kit for my 2dr...will post pics soon as its on
 
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i own a 02 4dr 4x4 with an open diff, and an 01 2dr 4x4 with the gm G80 locker....so what are all of us blazer owners been able to do with our blazers. as far as towing, mudding, offroad, NO RACING THESE ARE SUV'S!!!! pulling people out ect.... let us know
thanks guys....i got a camo kit for my 2dr...will post pics soon as its on
Well when it comes to towing, I think rottidog has pulled a lot.
Well when it comes to pulling people out, I know Gio has pulled several trucks a lot bigger than ours.
A lot of people have gone through some impressive mud pits on here.

I have the 4 door 4x4 with the G80 in it and have gone through some stuff. Here is a vid of mine. Keep in mind, I'm muddin' in street tires.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNISflmeoII&feature=related[/youtube]
 
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nothing mines 2wd lol some drifting and sliding in snowy parking lots at night but nothing serious

its able to get in, but not out i got stuck in my yard once and i live in the city
 
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yea I pulled many trucks and cars bigger then my blazer

the biggest i ever pulled out was a ups truck that got stuck in my driveway when there was no shail stone in it

it was all mud
 
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[quote=tibby;478516]Well when it comes to towing, I think rottidog has pulled a lot.
Well when it comes to pulling people out, I know Gio has pulled several trucks a lot bigger than ours.
A lot of people have gone through some impressive mud pits on here.

I have the 4 door 4x4 with the G80 in it and have gone through some stuff. Here is a vid of mine. Keep in mind, I'm muddin' in street tires.


Hey thanks... yeah I have, in the winter I regularily pull the 10,000lb forklift out of snow banks & ruts, ice etc. Then last winter there was the Freightliner with the 53' flat deck stuck in the approach with the trailer tires in a snow bank across the street. If that wasn't bad enough he had a blown tire on the trailer & frozen brake pot locking up 1 side of an axle.
I should have had the work camera set to video instead of pics... seeing the blazer backing up & launching forward only to stop DEAD a couple times & trying harder each time & then to see a freightliner being pulled into the video would have been awsome! lol
He was spinning forward as I was but it wasn't easy. The look on his face after I laughed at him when he asked me to get the forklift was funny, but not as good as when I said I'd use my truck & pointed at the blazer.
WTF THAT?!
 

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heres a video of mine from a few years ago. Camping & Mudding Aug 09 - YouTube
 
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thanks for all the replies guys, keep this goin!!!!!!!
 
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Surprisingly Ive towed many trucks out that were bigger than the Jimmy, and my buddies Mazda B4000 that was sunk up to the windshield in thick thick mud! Im really impressed with it
 

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