Need Border patrol rear springs PN

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I used to have the pn written down. I lost it.

I’m looking for the border patrol suburban/Tahoe rear spring part number.

Can’t find it anywhere and the local dealer said they can’t find it.
 

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I went out and snapped a pic, then realized you were asking about a K2.

this is from my 2011 PPV. Possibly the same part???
 

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Is yours a ppv or ssv? The ppv were the police “street” springs and the ssv were offroad unless you had the nivomatic shocks, then they were a soft ride spring.

I found a 2017 Gm upfitter guide for the ppv and ssv. The ppv used a specific shock and spring.
The ssv with the offroad package used z71 springs and shocks.

So I’m thinking maybe it is just a z71 spring for the BP trucks.

I just ordered the z71 springs and bumps. I guess I can’t go too wrong with that.
Worst case scenario I have to look into the skyjacker or what ever 2.5 inch lift spring if these are not tall enough to run the front ADS coilovers at 2 inches higher than stock Denali.
 

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Mine is a PPV. I’ve wondered if the ssv springs were different.
 
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Ppv (police) is lower, ssv (offroad)is taller.
 

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