Welcome to the club. Great looking Suburban.Hey guys my name is Lee and I drive an '87 suburban 4x4 with a 6.5L diesel. Lookin forward to any help this site can give me!
Here's a pic of my beast lol
Thanks for the complimentsWelcome to the club. Great looking Suburban.
Honestly, I've never bought 285/75's so I'm not sure what the best price is, but it does sound a little bit high. Everything is negotiable. Does that include the installation service or a road warranty.
Welcome to the site Lee, Don't leave that 'burb in my neighborhood...I need that brush guard LOL!! Nice truck mang... :great: Kerry
The gas mileage is one of the reasons I love this truck. I should be around 20mpg but I'm not sure cuz I don't have a trip odometer and my regular odometer is a little off. I make about a 20 mile trip to and from work everyday, not to mention all the other driving and a full tank lasts me close to 2 weeks. I'm pretty happy with it:biggrin:Hey, pretty nice looking piece of equipment; it has a serious, purposeful look to it(not exactly pretty, but it has a clean,well cared for look-just like a tool that was used, but taken care of).It really encourages me that my 1998 Burb(196,000 miles 8 days of ownership) will keep going for the several years it needs to.We(3 adults,2 greyhounds,4 cats, and stuff) need it to get out of town in hurricane season.Short of $$,so I have to keep it up and runnning.
What sort of mpg does it get? A buddy had a 1984 or so(yes,it had some problems like many ofl those early GM did) and he claimed 25mpg on the hy!! I figured he was BSing, but other folks have told me the same-the early non turbo GM diesel got spectacular mpg on the hy at 55mph?I know it was low powered-well under 150 hp I think, but 25mpg for a big beast like that is good no matter how low powered it was.
Oh well, nice truck.