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Old 02-23-2017, 11:56 AM   #1
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https://denver.craigslist.org/cto/6015229286.html

It's AWD not a true 4x4 in my book but cool with the dual barn doors.
Little high on price but might tickle someone fancy.

Add is lacking in photo's as well.

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Old 02-23-2017, 07:39 PM   #2
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A friend of mine locally was selling a similar van. 2003 AWD with 83,000 miles, conversion van interior, barn doors both sides, and even a D80 Posi rear with 4.10 gears for $8300. I almost bought it, but the rust looked pretty bad underneath and it scared me off. Nice van otherwise, though, and drove very nicely compared with my E250.
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I didn't know that awd was available on these vans.
Is that a factory option?
And how does it differ from true four wheel drive?
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AWD was offered on Chevy Express and GMC Savana brands. Not sure if the range of years when it was all offered, but somewhere betweeen 2002 and recently. I don't think they offer it any more? AWD is basically always on, and automatically sends power to wheels that are slipping, rather than sending power to both axles at the same time regardless of slipping like 4WD does when engaged. 4WD also usually has a high and low range, giving you extra-low gears if you need them. With 4x4, if you don't have limited slip or locking differentials, you really only have 2WD (one wheel being driven in each axle).
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O.K. thanks for educating me on AWD, I don't think I would want it.
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