Discussion in 'Chevy Suburban Forum (GMC Yukon XL)' started by garumn, Jun 17, 2010.
Its sitting on an incline so thats why it looks low in the rear.
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.
just the front 2 windows
Those tires made a huge difference.
Who knew tires could turn a regular burb into a mean looking burb.
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.....
as much as I dont like the steps I have 3 little kiddies and it makes getting them in the truck alot easier.
I like the steps. I have them on my 96 Tahoe. Kinda overkill now, but changes are in the works
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.
I went with 265/75/16s as well, they are dunlop rover m/t maxx traction
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