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    Nice job! That looks great! Thanks for the pictures!
    Eddie , 2000 Chevy Tahoe Z71 (old style)

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    More Progress...Look at the sign in front of the Suburban it says parking for fuel efficient vehicles only
    Last edited by garumn; 07-07-2011 at 10:47 PM.

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    Never mind that sign! My eyes went like a laser to the Dunkin Donuts sign.Have not been to one in years.None out here. Burb looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2COR517 View Post
    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.
    Is there a decent fix to the sag? I don't really want to go to a heavy rear end springs mostly because the trailer I tow right now if pretty light, 1700 lbs popup and about 900 lbs of snowmobile trailer (loaded).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mile High Assassin View Post
    Is there a decent fix to the sag? I don't really want to go to a heavy rear end springs mostly because the trailer I tow right now if pretty light, 1700 lbs popup and about 900 lbs of snowmobile trailer (loaded).
    I know they make leveling blocks (they raise up the rear) that will fit in the rear suspension on the newer trucks. I'd guess they also make them for the older trucks?!? I'd like to add an inch or so to the rear of my burb, as it looks a tiny bit squatty in the back.
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    Lift blocks will work on these trucks. But a better solution is airbags, especially if you do any towing. They're on my list, just more pressing issues to spend money on lol
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