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    Default Which basic lift for '90 6.2L Suburban 4x4 ??

    Ive been looking at Rough Country 4" kits for about $350 or so...

    Put 32s on w/deep dish wheels yesterday and had to modify the running boards behind the front tires because of a little rubbing.

    Best, least expensive, 4" lift ?? Will I need new brake lines for this lift?

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    http://www.roughcountry.com/chevy_4wd_88-91_4.html

    is this the one you are looking at? it looks like a great lift for the money.

    If you have a little extra cash than I would recommend getting the rear leaf springs as well. if not, than the blocks will be fine

    as for the brake lines i would get them. they are pretty inexpensive from rough country anyway and they will give you the right ones you will need.
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    Yes, thats it.

    Thanks...yeah, the rear sags a little so Ill get the rear springs, and break lines. For what I have in the vehicle, thats about all Im willing to spend on it .

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete95Sierra View Post
    http://www.roughcountry.com/chevy_4wd_88-91_4.html

    is this the one you are looking at? it looks like a great lift for the money.

    If you have a little extra cash than I would recommend getting the rear leaf springs as well. if not, than the blocks will be fine

    as for the brake lines i would get them. they are pretty inexpensive from rough country anyway and they will give you the right ones you will need.
    I couldnt find rear springs on the link, or anywhere else.... any ideas??

    Thanks

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    its on the bottom under vehicle options. than go to model

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    Thank you Pete

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