If you would like to own a Chevrolet
Blazer, prepare to set up a special
savings account for the purchase of
replacement ball joints. These things
love em! And no I do not go off road
and/or drive this vehicle hard at all.
I had a 91 previously, and it was the
same way. Every 5 to 10 thousand miles
it needed ball joints, and a tailpipe.
Front suspension!! it is an archaic
design. Good thing chevy is
discontinuing this model.
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