What did you do? with your NNBS GMT900 Tahoe/Yukon Today?

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  1. R3cord303

    R3cord303 Posse In Effect

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    I'd see about making a low profile sheet steel bumper. Prob go for the Z71 18s just because I like them more than the steel 17s. Will see. Gonna be a long time til I have the money for that.
     
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    Smaller rims will perform better off road when aired down because, the tire will flatten out more and it will have more give in the sidewalls this also reduces the bumps.. The taller sidewall acts like extra suspension. I have aftermarket aluminum 17x9 rims on mine.
     
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    Explored some new trails on sunday, and yes not of fan of using 20s for off roading, just cause ive got new k02s might as well use it up before i put on 17s

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    We've had occasion to take the Yukon off road a few times. Near the house through sand and muck then later out to a Wildlife Management Area where we almost sunk it while crossing a stream in a swamp. Never got stuck even with water over the hood. We're overdue to head off the pavement again, it's been a year since we played around at Plant Bamboo.

     

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