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09-25-2011, 12:16 PM #1
Eibach rear coil springs to take away the stock rake on 2003 Tahoe
Has anyone out there tried to lower the rear of their Tahoe for an even, flat look? The difference between the front and rear wheel openings is 2 inches, the back being 2 inches higher than the front. I saw Eibach pro-fit coils to lower the back by 1 1/2 to 2 inches. That should be the ideal if I wanted the wheels to look the same in the wheel wells, front to back.
Has anyone tried this? Does it necessitate a front end re-alignment? Does it have any positive effects other than looks, i.e. cornering, fuel economy? Are there other springs that are better? I already have front and rear Eibach sway bars.
I am not trying to lower it to the ground. It is a Z71, and I take it off road and go camping with it. Lowering it 2 inches in the rear does not appear to effect the ground clearance??Bill M. Blown 2003 Tahoe Z71
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