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Needing some options on heavy duty rear coil springs for 06 suburban

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Ok I'm sending my truck to singer tomorrow for the big rebuild, and it's going to be alot more weight! I was already squatting with the 9 15" and 7 XS d3400's now it's going to be a walled 4th order = a ton more wood 12- 15" and 18 or so d3400's iv got self leveling on it but the extra weight from the first rebuild burnt it up, the sleeve bags are still good so I'm going to tap into the air lines and air them up so I can get the Burban home safely from Ohio...

What I'm wanting is like a 1" or 2" lift coil just the rear set or if some one can find just a heavy-duty coil spring set to replace my stock ones....

I don't want to do air ride, bags inside the coils or helper bags... I just want to find a way to just replace the springs

Thanks guys

Blake


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what year is ur truck?

damn i see it

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he wouldnt be the first to say they did a 167 with a system like that (one that clearly DOESNT), but i have to say, he didnt beat me anywhere, ive never competed against the guy. If he thinks his does a 167, mine would probably put him in a coma. :hairtrick:

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check here.. may need to call and get all the info. http://www.sdtrucksprings.com/super-springs/chevy-gmc/suburban


he wouldnt be the first to say they did a 167 with a system like that (one that clearly DOESNT), but i have to say, he didnt beat me anywhere, ive never competed against the guy. If he thinks his does a 167, mine would probably put him in a coma. :hairtrick:

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he wouldnt be the first to say they did a 167 with a system like that (one that clearly DOESNT), but i have to say, he didnt beat me anywhere, ive never competed against the guy. If he thinks his does a 167, mine would probably put him in a coma. :hairtrick:

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I am gonna call them in the morning, I have looking for some HD springs for my sierra for like 4 months now and they seem to have some that may work. Thanks!!!


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Just put a 2" spacer on top of the coil. Easy!

I run 3" on mine, but if you go that tall you will have to relocate the panhard bar.

2" coil spacer


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I can't do a spacer man my coil is bottomed out.... There is no more coil space, each coil is laying on eachother bc iv added 3000lbs+ after all the batteries 12 XLs 8 5Ks (get heavy after you add 8 of them lol) 40' of steel bracing, 14 sheets of 3/4" birch ply, tons an tons of Fiberglass... Not to mention I just got my hardware order and the shipping weight on my bolts, nuts, and washer order is 65lbs lol


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12- 18" Crossfire XS v2's B pillar 4th order wall

4- Crossfire 8K mono blocks

40+ pro audio mids tweeters and horns

3- Singer alternator 400a external regulated alts

tons of audiotechnix wire

24- XS Power D1400's

-TEAM XS POWER-

-TEAM CROSSFIRE-

-TDH-

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