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    Vacuum actuator???

    Does the Bravada have the vac actuator for the front diff like
    the 4X4 Blazer and Jimmy?

    Thanks in advance
    Zach

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    I though all bravada's were AWD.
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    All Bravada's are AWD, except for the new body style 2002, which came with a 2wd option this year
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    So, I'd say thats a no.
    Jim 94 Stepside
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    NX kit in the works
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harley
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    Thanks guys.

    The reason I asked was because I'm doing an
    AWD conversion on a Jimmy and was wondering how I
    should keep the front diff. locked in.
    I know at idle the vacuum will be high enough to keep
    it locked in but at WOT I don't think that the vacuum will
    be high enough to keep it locked in. But on second thought
    I may not want it locked in at WOT. Just off of the line enough
    to keep the 60' times down. Any ideas or suggestions are welcome.

    Thanks,
    Zach

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