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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-24-2005, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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92 suburban build up

pic of suburban when first bought 10 mnths ago
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with 2" body lift installed and 6" suspension installed, and paint stripped with primer added, i also painted the lift and installed new grille along w/ all new lights
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here is what it looked like after i got done w/ painting the hood and fenders
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and here is a picture after i painted the other half
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i did this post looking for your suggestions and or advice on what you think. i uploaded the photos so there are attachments you have to download to see what i've done so far w/ the burb, only way i could figure out how to post the pictures. the next thing i'll be doing is paint the graphics on the side in the high lite blue pearl that the hood and fenders and lift are done in. im planning on painting the frame and fender wells next then. on w/ the wheels and tires then.
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That's gonna look pretty sharp. I like lifted 'burbans. What tire/wheel combo are you going with? What brand of lift did you go with? Did you install it, how was it?
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Re: 92 suburban build up

You need to get your truck out of the shadows and with a better background for your photos.

What kind of tires and wheels you going for?
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Re: 92 suburban build up

thanks 83gmc, it'll look even better when im done w/ the paint. im planning on 16x10 american eagle 058 with 36/13.5/16 irok. the 2' body lift is performance accesories and the suspension is pro comp, or is it pro crap as some of you refer to it as. no complaints here yet. it took me 15 hrs to install body lift, and 30 hrs to install the suspension lift 26 of those 30 was the front end. and i enjoyed every minute of it, can't wait to do my next one. next one will be a straight axle with 12" rearched springs. the body lift i did at home w/ minimal tools. the suspension i did at the hobby shop on the lift
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Re: 92 suburban build up

updated pic
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Re: 92 suburban build up

Looks good. Did you consider painting the mirrors and door handles to match?
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