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Old 12-03-2015, 08:18 PM   #1
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1992 Bravada duty cycle

Pulled the car cover off, installed the battery, cleaned and conditioned the seats and put the Bravada back in service for winter duty.
It's the best vehicle in the yard for snow and/or icy road conditions.
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Time to turn so's you don't burn.
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Re: 1992 Bravada duty cycle

I have to agree, our 92 Bravada is the best vehicle I've ever driven in the snow and we've seen plenty over the years. Sylvester (the girls nicknamed her) will be turning 300k soon and is enduring her third student driver. We don't take her on any long trips these days but she just keeps on going. Total maintenance cost last year was two oil changes and a $60 visit to our mechanic to get her to pass the emissions test in 10k miles.
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Re: 1992 Bravada duty cycle

Got 6 inches of snow and getting around just fine, crazy about this little red Bravada.
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1992 Bravada, 201K, stock
1997 Bravada, 101K, stock...was "called away"

"Cornbread Red", 2001 Dodge 2500,4X4,HO Cummins Diesel,QC,SWB,6spd.,Banks boost&pyro,US Gage fuel press.,Edge Drag Comp,4"exh.,cowl hood, bhaf, black Holley pump, 140gph...13psi WOT, Vulcan Big Line, kevlar/ceramic single disc clutch, cheapo fuel cooler, 8x.010" vco injector nozzles, Cat turbo 62-65-.70A/R, 497hp 1089 tq 8/25/14

Time to turn so's you don't burn.
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