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Old 08-30-2010, 07:05 AM
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Tennessee- Bought it here
Kentucky-lived here
Illinois-parents live here
Missouri-shipped to Europe from here
Indiana-gotta a kid here
West Virginia-family here
Virginia-now live here
Maryland-drove to Ocean City
Delaware-drove back from Ocean City
North Carolina-drove to school
South Carolina-drove to school
Georgia-this is where school was
Florida-weekend trip while in school
Washington, D.C-often here

Belgium-lived here
Netherlands-commissary was here
Luxembourg-drove to see my girl
Germany-my girl was here
Switzerland-weekend trip from Germany to here

FINAL TALLY-14 States (13 if DC doesn't count)
6 Countries
Do I win?
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Old 08-30-2010, 07:38 AM
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Damn Richard, your truck's a state whore and a half...




Mine's quite virginal.... Washington, Oregon, California, and Idaho under my ownership. Possibility of South Carolina soon though which means hey Richard, we can BS since there may be a PNW infestation in the SE! And no I won't be able to tow your boat for you. Or the Jimmy. LOL
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Old 08-30-2010, 09:18 AM
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Illinois (lived there)
Indiana (live here now)
Missouri (purchased there and for meets)
Tennessee (Nashville vacation)
Georgia (on my way to Florida)
Florida (vacation)
Ohio (botcon)
North Carolina (botcon)
Texas (vacation)
Arkansas (on the way home from vacation)
Kentucky (work)
Oklohoma (vacation)
New Mexico (vacation)

Juarez Mexico (vacation)
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Old 08-30-2010, 05:31 PM
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Tennessee- Bought it here
Kentucky-lived here
Illinois-parents live here
Missouri-shipped to Europe from here
Indiana-gotta a kid here
West Virginia-family here
Virginia-now live here
Maryland-drove to Ocean City
Delaware-drove back from Ocean City
North Carolina-drove to school
South Carolina-drove to school
Georgia-this is where school was
Florida-weekend trip while in school
Washington, D.C-often here

Belgium-lived here
Netherlands-commissary was here
Luxembourg-drove to see my girl
Germany-my girl was here
Switzerland-weekend trip from Germany to here

FINAL TALLY-14 States (13 if DC doesn't count)
6 Countries
Do I win?
Wait, you took that bastard overseas?

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Damn Richard, your truck's a state whore and a half...




Mine's quite virginal.... Washington, Oregon, California, and Idaho under my ownership. Possibility of South Carolina soon though which means hey Richard, we can BS since there may be a PNW infestation in the SE! And no I won't be able to tow your boat for you. Or the Jimmy. LOL
Lol I'm a traveler, my bad...how about my Sonoma? I sold the Jimmy, and I probably will never own a boat...to much work! For so little usage..
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I think Henry just shit himself
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Its kind of like that carnival game "Whack A Mole" but with guns! Haha
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Old 08-30-2010, 05:35 PM
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Iowa
Illinois
Wisconsin
Nebraska
Minnesota
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Old 08-30-2010, 05:38 PM
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mine has been in alberta, saskatchewan, manitoba, ontario, quebec, new brunswick, and newfoundland

Nice. Previous owner has her to;
Montreal
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan(where I got her)
I've had her to;
Saskatchewan
Alberta
B.C.
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Old 08-30-2010, 05:40 PM
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Michigan
Gayhio
Illinois
Indiana

never been to far from home, its not exactly a road trip truck.
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Old 08-30-2010, 05:43 PM
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Michigan
Gayhio
Illinois
Indiana

never been to far from home, its not exactly a road trip truck.
Hence I have no lift!!! Or my truck would have a BL too...
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Its kind of like that carnival game "Whack A Mole" but with guns! Haha
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Old 08-30-2010, 06:02 PM
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Hence I have no lift!!! Or my truck would have a BL too...
yeah but its ok, i have the F-150 for that, or my wifes blazer but the F-150 rides nicer and is more comfortable. lol although we did take the blazer from michigan to virginia beach and back for our honeymoon and it averaged 22 MPG's. not bad for a POS. lol
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Old 08-30-2010, 06:05 PM
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yeah but its ok, i have the F-150 for that, or my wifes blazer but the F-150 rides nicer and is more comfortable. lol although we did take the blazer from michigan to virginia beach and back for our honeymoon and it averaged 22 MPG's. not bad for a POS. lol
Dude I loved mine, I had a 96, I don't know why yours is so much trouble cough*woman driver*cough....jp And I got 19 city with my beast, and probably 22-25 freeway if I drove nice lol which was seldom...torque mmm

I want my GMC....
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Old 08-30-2010, 06:15 PM
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Dude I loved mine, I had a 96, I don't know why yours is so much trouble cough*woman driver*cough....jp And I got 19 city with my beast, and probably 22-25 freeway if I drove nice lol which was seldom...torque mmm

I want my GMC....
im sure the woman driver part has to do with why the brakes need to be done every 10,000 miles or so but for the oil leaks, coolant leaks, wheel seals, interior rattles, broken buttons, inop rear defroster, horribly designed front IFS components, loud ass AC compressor, bad CV shafts, exhaust manifold leaks, the 3 sets of wheel bearing assemblys, and the fact that it cant hold an alingnment to save its life has nothing to do with the driver. lol i swear, once it hit 100,000 it was like a switch tripped and it went into self destruct mode and its been in a constant mode of drain my wallet since. i had less issues with my 93 ranger that had 245,000 miles on it. lol i know its not just mine either, my brother in laws blazer fell apart on him at 100,000. my coworkers went into self destruct mode at 70,000. o well, live and learn! lol glad you had good luck with yours, the 4.3 is a good motor, bit thats all the blazer has going for it.
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Old 08-30-2010, 06:21 PM
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im sure the woman driver part has to do with why the brakes need to be done every 10,000 miles or so but for the oil leaks, coolant leaks, wheel seals, interior rattles, broken buttons, inop rear defroster, horribly designed front IFS components, loud ass AC compressor, bad CV shafts, exhaust manifold leaks, the 3 sets of wheel bearing assemblys, and the fact that it cant hold an alingnment to save its life has nothing to do with the driver. lol i swear, once it hit 100,000 it was like a switch tripped and it went into self destruct mode and its been in a constant mode of drain my wallet since. i had less issues with my 93 ranger that had 245,000 miles on it. lol i know its not just mine either, my brother in laws blazer fell apart on him at 100,000. my coworkers went into self destruct mode at 70,000. o well, live and learn! lol glad you had good luck with yours, the 4.3 is a good motor, bit thats all the blazer has going for it.
I had a 91 also, the front ends are shit...period, but that SOB has 232k on it, and that was the first time anything major was done to it...head gaskets. They didn't really become quality till they got into the 98 and newer style, the interiors got a lot better as did a lot of the componentry, I have a 99 GMC Sonoma 2wd, it's only issues other then an alternator were driver caused, 113k and still running like a champ! I miss it, its in WA...maybe by Christmas I'll get her here
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Old 08-30-2010, 06:26 PM
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I had a 91 also, the front ends are shit...period, but that SOB has 232k on it, and that was the first time anything major was done to it...head gaskets. They didn't really become quality till they got into the 98 and newer style, the interiors got a lot better as did a lot of the componentry, I have a 99 GMC Sonoma 2wd, it's only issues other then an alternator were driver caused, 113k and still running like a champ! I miss it, its in WA...maybe by Christmas I'll get her here
hers is an 01 so i dont know why its such a POS. i forgot about the intake gasket leak. i just have never seen a vehicle go to hell so fast, especially one cared for as well as my vehicles are cared for. I have vowed to never buy another GM again after i sell this one, its ruined it for me. the engine very well may run forever but the rest of the vehicle and drivetrain will fail all around it. o well, at least the 4WD works and it does handle the snow well so i feel comfortable for my wife to drive it in the snow.
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-SCT X-Cal2 and some small exterior mods

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Old 08-30-2010, 06:29 PM
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i had a 96 blazer 4wd full set of skid plates vortech engine cheap mud tires it was a beast at 100,000 miles 4wd switch died and was to much money to replace but hell it sill went offroading in 2wd just fine
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Old 08-30-2010, 06:29 PM
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hers is an 01 so i dont know why its such a POS. i forgot about the intake gasket leak. i just have never seen a vehicle go to hell so fast, especially one cared for as well as my vehicles are cared for. I have vowed to never buy another GM again after i sell this one, its ruined it for me. the engine very well may run forever but the rest of the vehicle and drivetrain will fail all around it. o well, at least the 4WD works and it does handle the snow well so i feel comfortable for my wife to drive it in the snow.
That is probably the most important thing of all. It sounds like you got a raw deal...I don't know maybe I just got the picks of the litter on GM's. My Dad has a 1/2 ton 4wd ext cab with the 4.3, it's a 95, still running strong, I pulled a v10 dodge on 38s, while in reverse out of the mud with that truck. It was bad ass lol
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