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    You will be hard pressed to find a ride in a pickup that you have experianced in a suburban. the suburban has a completely different rear suspension setup to give you that better ride, it has a link suspension instead of your standard leaf spring suspension that a pickup has. with that said that every chevy truck pickup I have rode in is still a very nice ride at least in the 1/2 ton trucks
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    Quote Originally Posted by vncj96 View Post
    You will be hard pressed to find a ride in a pickup that you have experianced in a suburban. the suburban has a completely different rear suspension setup to give you that better ride, it has a link suspension instead of your standard life spring suspension that a pickup has. with that said that every chevy truck pickup I have rode in is still a very nice ride at least in the 1/2 ton trucks
    Hes right. A truck is meant to haul and pull so its set up with a beefier and stiffer suspension.
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