2000 Yukon Denali (OBS) rear suspension

Discussion in 'Tim's Suspension Online' started by rstack, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. rstack

    rstack TYF Newbie

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    Hi. I am new to the forum and am seeking some professional advice with regards to the rear suspension on my 2000 Yukon Denali (OBS). The springs are sagging a bit and I find that the truck has a bit of roll to it. The truck only has 82,000 KM on it, but from my past experience with Yukons / Tahoes, the leaves seem to be a bit undersized, resulting in sag and potentially sloppy heandling. I am looking to raise the back end up to stock height (or roughly 2 inches or so) and stiffen things up a bit. New leaves, helper springs, blocks? I was hoping to crank the torison keys a bit (1 inch) so I can bring the front up a but too. Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance! - rstack
     
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    Helper springs work great you can also adjust the ride by swapping out leafs to make it ride softer or stiffer. New leafs are expensive and they will do the same thing. Also if you have a system or tow a lot helped springs will help the say in the back while towing too
     

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