Shock for 02 yukon?

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  1. Tonyrodz

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    Yup
     
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    Please post the RPO codes from your glove box. This whole "you might have ninvomat" thing is all just a guess at this point.
     
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    I guess the Tahoe/Yukon have different part number with the suburban/Yukon XL. Just check that one out and it doesn’t fit on Yukon XL.
     
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    Does Monroe make front shock for the truck?
     
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    Fyi, following inquisition thread a while back, I'm quite certain it's the g65 that means nivomat... g65 is "manual self-adjusting suspension". I have zw7 but no g65 and mine does not have nivomat. Every scrapyard vehicle I've seen with nivomat had the g65 RPO code.

    The op also has g65 so he is definitely supposed to have nivomat shocks. He either needs to replace his coil springs or go back to using nivomat type shocks.
     
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    Very interesting. It seems that zw7 without G65 used an acdelco 540 series shock. I wonder how rare that is. I wonder about z55 without g69 then? Does it even exist?
     
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    Front shocks are standard shocks on your vehicle.
     
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    I don't think it's that rare. At least not in the later models. Not sure if the novelty of the nivomat wore off but I don't see many later models (04-06) with nivomat and I've never seen a long wheelbase later year with them.
     
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