2000-2006 Tahoe/Yukon Lift Kits

Discussion in 'Rough Country Suspension Systems' started by Rough Country, Oct 25, 2013.

  1. Rough Country

    Rough Country Member Supporting Vendor

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    In an effort to continue getting all of our available kits listed for the Tahoe and Yukon models, this thread will include all current kits for the 2000-2006 body style SUV.

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    To receive a 10% discount on your total kit cost, simply purchase a kit, and post before and after pictures of the kit installed and we will reimburse your order 10%!!


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    2in GM Leveling Lift Kit (Non-Z71 Models) :: $260.95 :: SKU: 273N2
    Click Here!
    http://www.roughcountry.com/gm-suspension-lift-kit-273n2.html
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    2in GM Leveling Lift Kit (Z-71) :: $260.95 :: SKU: 270N2
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    http://www.roughcountry.com/gm-suspension-lift-kit-270n2.html
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    6in GM NTD Suspension Lift Kit :: $1,299.95 :: SKU: 280N2
    Click Here!
    http://www.roughcountry.com/gm-suspension-lift-kit-280n2.html

    This kit has the following options:

    Kicker Braces:
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    Steering Stabilizer:
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    Heavy Duty Tie Rod Sleeves:
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    Don't forget our forum discount. Feel free to message me, email, or call me if you have any questions about wheel fitment, kit components, etc.

    Example of 6" Kit Installed:
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    Thanks!,
    Will
     
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    I remember asking someone a while back, the Silverado spindles will fit right in with the same years right, just in case someone comes in here with the same question. 2000-2006 Silverado 3 inch lift spindles for the 2wd.
     
  3. Rough Country

    Rough Country Member Supporting Vendor

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    The 2WD Tahoe and Yukon share the same torsion based suspension as the 4x4. It would not share the same spindle as the 99-06 1500 2WD trucks.
     
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  4. Hoss81

    Hoss81 TYF Newbie

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    Rough Country guys,

    Do you have any aftermarket solutions for worn out torsion bars that need replaced? I'm a new member here, and basically joined solely to try and figure out what I'm going to do with my Tahoe's front suspension.

    Both of the torsion bars need replaced, the Hex part of the bar that slides into the lower arm in the front has turned itself inside the lower arm. The edges of the hex are rounded, and both keys are tightened as far as they can go.

    I need new ones, and I have been having the worst time trying to find a aftermarket company that makes a higher spring rate torsion bar replacement.

    It's a 2004 Tahoe LS 4 door. Thanks in advance for any help.
     
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  5. redevil01

    redevil01 TYF Newbie

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    i know im not the rough country guy but call up sway away torsion bars they mainly make torsion bars for bugs but i run an old set on my obs pickup and they kick ass but there is that and a couple people on here have done a coilover conversion if you feel like being creative

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    and out of curiosity have you guys tried running a 99-06 2wd silvy spindle cuz almost every other manufacturer says that i can run their silverado spindle and that they do and its fine
     
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    Before, 265-70-17's
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    After RC lift kit. Keys, spacers, and shocks. 285-70-17's
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    espey TYF Newbie

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    before and after

    My 2002 Z71 Tahoe before and after my bad a** RCX 6" ntd lift kit

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  8. YukonXL04

    YukonXL04 The Riverboat Supporting Member

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    Truck looks awesome. Way to go! I like the wheels and tires
     
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    TahoeYukonForum Discount:
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    6in GM NTD Suspension Lift Kit :: $1,299.95 :: SKU: 280N2

    will this work? need to find a old picture of my truck...
    half way thru the install
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    XD795 with 35x12.5x20 with keys and spacers
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    here Magaughy 2/3 lowering lit with same 23" helo 305/40/r23
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    Defiantly like the lifted look better.
     
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  10. YukonXL04

    YukonXL04 The Riverboat Supporting Member

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    It looks great lifted. Nice lsv too!
     

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