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    No, it was the clutches in the transfer case. ...

    No, it was the clutches in the transfer case. With the vehicle on a lift the front wheels were driven, but could be stopped by hand. Vehicle is covered by an after market warranty, they found a...
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    Raising vehicle with floor jack

    Is it ok to raise the rear by placing floor jack under the rear differential? Want to have both sides raised and supported on stands.
    Is there any place safe to place the jack to raise both sides...
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    Thanks for the replies. Stock tires were...

    Thanks for the replies.
    Stock tires were P265/70/16
    The current tires, on it when I purchased it used, are LT265/75/16 Nitto Terra Grapplers
    I don't need tires right away, but I would like the...
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    widest tire on a 16X7 wheel

    I have stock wheels on a 2002 Suburban, they are 16X7, what is the widest tire I can safely/properly have installed on these wheels.
    Thanks,
    Don
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    2002 Suburban Suspension Upgrades

    2002 Suburban purchased used with 116K miles.
    Has the G65 manual auto level, also has the ZW7 chasis package, premium smooth ride. I think this means it has the Nivomat self-leveling shocks, no air...
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    four wheel drive trouble

    2002 Suburban K1500 auto/electronic transfer

    On vacation in outer banks, nc.
    No power to front wheels.

    No "service 4wd" idiot light.

    Front axel actuator is working, with front raised:Front ...
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