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Discussion in 'Street Suspension' started by fozzi58, Jun 30, 2018.

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  1. Tonyrodz

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    Hopefully the pot holes won't get you. One of the many reasons why I'm selling my 24's--plus they're really heavy.
     
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    This was a nice read. I am from NJ too and looking to mod our new 2018 Suburban. Following your lead with the 2-4 drop and 24s.
     
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    Tony from NorCal/TBSS Owners. You may have to do a little tuning of the rear depending on if you have a 2WD or 4WD. He sent me the 1" spacer but for a level ride I needed a 2" spacer because of the spring rate on the 2WD model.

    As for the wheels you will be limited in what is available unless you go with a smaller size tire (295/35-24) in order to avoid some rubbing. However a little BFH action will cure your inner fender-well rubbing.
     

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