pics of obs tahoes/yukons

Mar 24, 2008
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How do you guys like them. Whats the honest gas mileage in town and interstate, I have seen the numbers all over the place. Can you fit a sheet of plywood in the rear with the seats folded and still close the barn doors.
 
Dec 15, 2008
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We have a '96 with the old tailgate style access. Gets about 15 in town (just puttering up to speed) and 17-18 hwy at about 65-70.


Has 212k on the clock and still going.
 
Dec 22, 2008
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Rowlett, TX (Dallas)
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Re: pics of obs tahoes/yukons

How do you guys like them. Whats the honest gas mileage in town and interstate, I have seen the numbers all over the place. Can you fit a sheet of plywood in the rear with the seats folded and still close the barn doors.
I love the Hoe & the barn doors never bothered me. They are actually useful.

I've fit plywood, sheetrock, hardy backer boards, washer, & a standup glass shower in the back with the seats down.

Waaaay back in the day when she was stock, I got 13-15 in the city an 17-19 on highway runs.
 
Jun 10, 2008
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St. Charles, MI
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Mom's old '98 Yukon. Had the barn doors in the rear. The one vehicle she wishes she didn't sell. I still see it though and its still taken care of.
 
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Oct 18, 2009
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What the hell...

I'll whore it out some;

Pictures when I first got it (after a wash) (9/9/09)










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More pictures after another wash (3/1/10)






(Ignore the bologna skin tires that I'm running on, they were replaced a few days after these photos)

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(5/15/10) Truck after going through a 1,000 mile trip FL to NJ without having been washed since 3/1/10






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Only mod I've done to it was to put 265/70/16 on it and a smoothie bumper that I've yet to get straightened out. (it sits crooked)

From this:


To this: (hit all the rust with a wire wheel then Rustoleum metal sealer/rust preventer)


To this: (then covered the brown/red paint with a black paint sealer coat) (not dry in this pic)


To on the truck: (the camera in the pic is level, driveway is slightly crooked)


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And a stock exhaust vid:


I'm done :looking:
 
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