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i have heard of gm trucks doing this
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I haven't. Our 2dr Tahoe rides fine with no sway unless it is windy outside. And if it was, my truck sways as well. Check the front sway bar and bushings. The bushings could be squishy and need replacing. You can by a rear sway bar and install it. With such a short wheel base, it hardly seems necessary. My truck doesn't have one either and I considered installing one. But decided to spend my money on a more-bang-for-the-buck mod. Anyway, I can't recall if the Tahoe has a factory rear sway bar.
What kind of shocks did you just install? Check your body mount bushings and see what kind of condition they are in. I replaced the grubby rubber bushings on my truck with some Hyperflex busings. Those rubber things were in rough condition.