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How can you plug the rear driveline on 1991 blazer so that i can drive it in front wheel drie only

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You could remove the rear drive shaft but transmission fluid would leak out if you started to drive it on the road you could do this for a test olny . And would not recomend driveing the vehicle off the front wheels olny they are not designed to run on dry pavement the front carrier wouldn't last vary long if you could stop the oil from leaking out of the back of the transmission with out the drive shaft What you need to do is pick up a rear carrier from a junk yard and fix the rear wheels Good luck with it

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