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    Its sitting on an incline so thats why it looks low in the rear.

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    New sneakers. Did you darken the glass too?

    The damn dreaded Suburban sag. My Tahoe has it. I might try some coil-over load booster shocks.
    When you hear hoofbeats, look for horses not zebras.

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    just the front 2 windows

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    Those tires made a huge difference.
    Mike

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    1997 Chevy S-10 Blazer 4X4 with 330K miles and counting (Hunting rig).

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    Who knew tires could turn a regular burb into a mean looking burb.
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    Looks great....here's a tip...if you remove the steps...it tends to make the truck appear higher....try it...only takes a few minutes to remove one side and see if you like it.....

    1998 Suburban K2500 4x4
    9" of Lift - 4.56's - Limited Slip
    37" Tires - Lot's of Mods

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    as much as I dont like the steps I have 3 little kiddies and it makes getting them in the truck alot easier.

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    I like the steps. I have them on my 96 Tahoe. Kinda overkill now, but changes are in the works :D

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    Looks good! What size/brand tire did you bump up to? I recently went from the stock 245/75/16 on stock wheels to a 265/75/16 Wrangler MTR with 16x8 Eagle alloys. Next thinking about bumping up to a 285/75/16, same wheels, but adding a 2" lift by keys/blocks. Don't want to go too high because I have 3.42 gears and this is my daily driver.
    -Berg
    1998 GMC Sierra 1500 Ext Cab 4x4

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    I went with 265/75/16s as well, they are dunlop rover m/t maxx traction

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