Reviving a VERY old thread with a question. Can I swap a 1999 suburban 2nd row bench seat with a bench seat out of a 2003-2006 suburban, straight up, no drilling?? I want to have a newer seat with the latch & tether system for our toddler and upcoming twins, but love the older body style. Any help is appreciated.
We are considering a suburban for our growing family (twins on the way!). I love the body style of these, and I found a 2003 in great shape, interior is flawless, reasonably priced at $7,800. Individual seller, so I plan to negotiate. Here's what I know: 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 LT 2 owner 102k miles 6.0L + 4L80e 2WD No rust (huge find in the rust belt) I'm hung up on the fact it is 2WD. We are in southern Ohio and get a decent amount of snow and slushy rain each year. I can't find any info about the rear end or differential. Is it limited slip? Open? I am leaning towards making a move, but I also want to get some expert opinions on the forum before I do so. Thanks for your help.
Hello All. I have been searching for a few days now, but haven't found exactly what I'm trying to do. I have a stock suspension 2017 Silverado z71. I'm looking to level it out and improve the ride, but still want a small amount of rake for when I tow/haul. This is my daily driver, and don't do a lot of off-road driving. Most of my driving will be on the highway in the Midwest, meaning horribly maintained asphalt. I'm considering: Bilstein 5100 adjustable on the next to highest (3rd?) setting OR, do I want to do a coilover assembly replacement? I haven't seen anything on these yet: https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-leveling-struts-500063.html?find=2017-chevy-silverado-1500-4wd-374174. Has anyone installed/used these? If so, how is the ride quality of these?? I've seen nothing on the N3 shocks. $329 seems pretty cheap especially when comparing against the Fox and Bilstein 6112. If I go the coilover and shock replacement route, should I just save my money and buy a Bilstein or Fox? Thanks for your help and advice.
Agree with this. The wife bought me the Husky mats as a gift, and I could not be happier with them. Good luck, OP!
mine does this as well on occasion. i'm going to run some ethanol-free gas for a few fill ups and see if it goes away.
I always think I want to do the Ziebart thing, but then I realize that I don't want my entire undercarriage covered in tar. I don't know. I need to do something though. I live in Cincinnati...same issue.
I just did the DL8 to DL3 upgrade and used Phil's custom harness and YouTube videos as a guide. It was truly plug and play. Amazing detail went into building these harnesses. If you're on the fence on whether you should buy GM's or Phil's harness, hands down, get Phil's. You would never know the difference, and you won't have to worry about if it will work or not.
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