What else should I replace on my lifted Tahoe?

Discussion in 'Lifted Supension - Z71 & 4x4' started by Lil_Stump, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. Lil_Stump

    Lil_Stump Full Access Member

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    Apr 22, 2016
    Brunswick, GA
    Been a hot minute since I've been on the forum, but I'm back now. Decided that now that my Tahoe is nearing 140k miles, and I'm having to replace stuff left and right because it's about time for everything to fail I guess. Therefore I'm taking my upcoming break from school for Christmas to fix everything I possibly can. I already know that I'll be doing new upper and lower control arms (probably forged uppers to help with nicer angles on my 7.5" RCX lift that I'm still on the fence about) and a Spohn adjustable panhard bar in the rear to account for the now off rear-axle alignment. After this though I'm not really sure what else I need to be looking at replacing a I've never gone through this before with a vehicle. Should I look at changing anything with the axles, front or rear? Maybe new sway bars and end-links? I'm just not really sure, and although everything is fine now, I know I'll be changing it eventually as the mileage increases every day, so I figure may as well get it all done at once. All input is appreciated, and if there are any other non suspension or drive train parts I need to consider replacing please let me know, I want to replace as much as I can now so it won't break on me down the road.
  2. scottbrew92

    scottbrew92 TYF Newbie

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    Jul 15, 2014
    I added the Spohn adjustable pan hard bar because my stock was so far out of line with the 7.5” lift. Other than your axle being off center I can’t see any benefits from it.

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