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Thread: Dually Suburban

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    Default Dually Suburban

    Lately I've been seeing some dually 'burbans around the web. I was talking with my father a little some time back, and he seems convinced that they made a 3500 Suburban at one time. I'm not so sure. I think those are custom aftermarket duallies.

    Does anyone know if there were, factory made 1 ton suburbans?

    I guess the next question is, would any of you make that conversion to your 'burban???
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    I'm not aware of any in the recent past, but just becuase I've never seen it doesn't mean that they didn't make it.

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    Since the first Suburban in 1936 none have been offered in a 1ton or dually. The early ones were offered in 2 door and (oddly) 3 door, not including the rear door(s).
    I like the look of a 1ton dually Suburban and wouldn't mind converting mine one day(easy enough project). There are a few aftermarket suppliers for the fenders, they average about $500usd a pair. You can't use factory fenders because the quarter panels are different on the Suburban compared to the pick-up box. The factory fenders overlap the rear doors of the Suburban by quite a bit requiribg the use of custom short fenders.
    For the time being I'm concentrating on my other mods first so I don't get to far ahead of myself.
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    That would be something, to see a customer dually suburban going down the road.

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    I found this on the web

    The owner of the site, is calling it a 4x6 suburban.

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    looks like an addon kit buy the way the wheels sit normally uinder the truck and the second set are way outside the truck. texas plates aren't they. suburbans are cowboys cadies

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    The Cowboy caddilac!

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    The Cowboy caddilac! You know, Texas is an open records state, I can find out who that is!

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    Wow, look at that thing. Is that for real or photoshopped?
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    Back from the dead... In the movie Twister, the bad guys have a black dually Suburban that they use to tow their trailer full of weather equipment. Truck looks awesome!

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