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Old 10-12-2002, 09:59 AM
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Default OT,,,ok,, how about a trailblazer LTZ?

Semed to drive very nice, felt bigger then the QX4,,, I know they had some issues in the beginning,,,, any owners,,, how about you GM mechanics,, what d you thinkof them?
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Well my daddy built them when they were in the experimental stage and front wheels were breaking off LOL! they are great vehicals now. In my opniion ( and everyone has one) if your planning on pulling anything I would buy a bigger truck.. its a sense of security pulling with a larger truck... but if your not pulling anything get one man and go pimp some ladies
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Check out the new 4 Runner, hit the showrooms this week! Clay
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If you like the Trailblazer you owe it to yourself to look at the GMC Envoy. Basically the same truck and engine. The body panels are nicer and the interior is more luxurious. We got one last month and love it.

If you plan on towing, get the airride system to boost the ass end when under a load.
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NO,, no towing duties, thats the Silverado job!!!! ,,, it's just for the Mrs to run around in. Yes, we were going to look at the envoy, and also the Bravada thinking we might get a great deal from Olds,,,, who knows !!!
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Well,,, she liked the Chevy styling better so here it is !!!!!!!!

2003 Trailblazer LTZ
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Hey! It's all wet. Why did you let that happen?



Nice looking truck. congrats.
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Do they come with a 3rd seat now?

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buy the trailblazer. excellent ride all around great truck.. i have mine for about 4 months now and i love it. not a single problem yet.. buddy of mine is a tech at a local chevy dealer and says problems ghave been minimal .. good luck
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The LTZ 's are nice, comfortable ride and great in snow. Don't listen to the other OSO'ers complain about the Trailblazer, the problem with the wheels was fixed (incorrect suspension arm welds) and they drive great enjoy.
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