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    Default How to lower SUV??

    I have a 2004 Chevy Tahoe 2wd, factory 16 inch rims. I just want to lower the rear a few inches, I was going to do this with lowering springs. So my questions are...
    1) what brand of lowering springs?
    2) what will I need to keep a somewhat factory ride (shock extenders,new shocks)?
    3) How hard is it to change the springs?
    4) How much and in what way will the Tahoe ride differently?
    5) Is 3 inches too low, will I bottom out any?
    Any help and information will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
    Last edited by Kickerking817; 04-18-2011 at 02:38 PM.
    2004 chevy tahoe 35% tint on front windows, 5% tint on the back half ,flowmaster exhaust dumped, Spectre 9900 CAI, 3 12 inch kicker L5's, in-dash DVD/Navigation,kicker 1200.1 amp, removed cargo rack, black headlights lense, black turn signal lense, smoked tail lights, 8000K HID lights.

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    Check out Great stuff, have a 1.5"f and 3.0" rear lowering kit on my wifes '05 trailblazer since '05 and no problems at all. She likes the ride better than stock, its a little stiffer than stock but she likes it. They have simular kits for the Tahoes.

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