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1987 Chevy Silverado Suburban 3/4 ton 189k
350 TBI fuel injected (60k on engine) th400 trans, 4x4
6" suspension lift w/ rancho RS9000 shocks
Pro Comp M/T LT315/75R16 tires on polished alloys
10 bolt front, 14 bolt rear, 4.10 gears
Bushwacker flares
Ice cold A/C
Custom bent 3" exhaust w/ 70 series Flowmaster
Heavy duty reciever with trailer brake controller
Blaupunkt stereo w/ 10 disc changer
Runs and drives great, too many features to list
West coast truck, very clean
Located in Rocky Hill, CT



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Thanks for the compliments guys. :D
It really hurts to sell her, but that's one of the tradeoffs to buying a brand new truck. :?

Ken, you can add leaves to the springs to help out the ride height issue, but sometimes if they're too tired, you're better off replacing them with new. My rig has Superlift 6" springs as they came from their factory.
They have a firm and stable ride, the wheelbase and weight of the suburban smooths it right out.

TrailLeadr, I'll even paint the ladder to match the truck if you buy it. :lol:
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