Offtopic but I dont recommend 49s on a 2dr. My old two door got sideways on every lil bump with 265s on it lol thats just not enough wheel base for that kind of height imo
This is a discussion on Coilovers. Who's got 'em? within the Offroad forums, part of the General Discussion category; I need some information on coilovers. I am wanting to install a SAS under my OBS 2 door Tahoe, but ...
I need some information on coilovers. I am wanting to install a SAS under my OBS 2 door Tahoe, but want to stay away from leaf springs. Nothin wrong with them, I am just looking for a better ride. I would like to clear 44's atleast, with a possibility of running 49's. I am familiar with building 4 links, 3 links, etc, but I just don't know very much about coil overs.
How do I know how long they need to be to clear a 44" tire? What spring rates would I need for a street driven OBS 2 door tahoe? What do I need to know about sway bars? Where can I buy them? What are some prices that ya'll have paid for yours? Any information is greatly appreciated.
Thanks for the advice. You have a very nice lookin truck, btw.Originally Posted by nebraskaz71
Last edited by BoltOnBodyDrop; 12-05-2006 at 07:16 AM.
Darren250r has an OBS reg. cab shortbed that skys 40s w/ a 4link/coilover setup. Luke2KZ71 is also puttin coilovers on his NBS Ext. cab right now and it will clear 44s. Look for his truck in the thread. "SFA Trucks *new pics*". Highroller or highrollin or somethin like that has a white NBS GMC with a 4link and coilovers on 40s/20s. That should get you started a search may turn up some info as well.
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