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04-11-2009, 04:16 PM #1
I want to know you opinion
I want to know your opinion on what else i should do to my truck?
MY TRUCK: 1994 K2500 Chevy Suburban 4X4, Full 2.5" Built Exhaust,
Shorty Headers, New Built 383 stroker motor with a mild cam, Power Pulleys, Summit Performance
Muffler, tranny with a 25 or 32 convertor, K&N Air Intake, Dual Electric Fans, 34" 4 Core Radiator,
Trans Cooler, Cross Drilled Front Rotors, Steelbraided Brake lines front and rear, Whole new
Suspension(Bilstein shocks front and rear), Polyurethane Bushings all around, Black Tinted Windows,
2000 watt Stereo System and Subbox, (Soon new rims and tires):great:
1994 K2500 Chevy Suburban 4X4, Full 2.5" Built Pipe, Shorty Headers, New Built 383 Stroker Motor with a Mild Cam, Power Pulleys, Summit Performance Muffler, Tranny with a 25 or 32 convertor, K& N Air Intake, Dual Electric Fans, 34" 4 Core Radiator, Trans Cooler, Cross Drilled and Slotted Front Rotors, Steelbraided Brake lines front
and rear, Whole new Front Suspension, Polyurethane Bushings all around, Bilstein Shocks , Black Tinted Windows, Subbox, (Soon new rims and tires)
04-11-2009, 04:42 PM #2
It's just my opinion, but I've always been less impressed by all the engine mods. Why? Because, no matter how much power your engine makes, if all that power goes to the wheels without traction, you're still stuck. Especially with a K2500, where you can get something for the front, I'd put some money into the diffs, so you can put power to all four wheels. Then a winch to make sure you can pull yourself out when you do get stuck.
Of course, if your truck never leaves the pavement, it's probably not that important to you.'98 K1500 Suburban LS 5.7 L 4L60E NV246 ARB
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04-11-2009, 05:29 PM #3
6 inch lift kit and 35inch tires, 456 gears
04-11-2009, 10:24 PM #4
lift it would be my planPETE
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04-12-2009, 11:39 AM #5
What diff do u suggest and what gearing?
I'M NOT INTO LIFTING MY TRUCK MAYBE THINKING ABOUT DROPING IT FOR BETTER CORNING
AND I HAVE A SON IN A WHEELCHAIR
My truck is mostly on pavement and some dirt& gravel roads
Last edited by 1994 suburban; 04-12-2009 at 11:43 AM.
04-13-2009, 01:02 AM #6
Under those conditions, it's probably not worth the expense of aftermarket diffs.
Did you get the G80 rear from the factory? That's probably good enough if that's what you have. What gear ratio currently installed?
If you are running stock size tires, then stock gears are probably ok, unless you got stuck with 3.08 or 3.27's. Unless the engine modifications have cut your low end torque to where you need a lower gear ratio to get the engine to rev higher.
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