uscbigdawg Posted January 12, 2007 Share Posted January 12, 2007 So I bought my 1999 Tahoe with a 4" lift and 33" tires on it. The part that I don't know about is getting it back down to stock or lower. It's a LT and in looking it didn't appear that any of the brackets for suspension mounting on it were altered from stock. Not knowing much about this stuff, I'm guessing it's just a 4" Pro-Comp style lift where it's a 2" taller setup and then they crank the torsion bars up for the last 2". Don't know how they did it in the rear. My question is, do y'all think it's just a matter of swapping out to stock parts? The reason for getting it down and putting a different wheel and tire combo is simply gas mileage. The off-road tires and lift, I know are hurtin' my mileage. I love the truck, but the gas consumption hurts and don't want/need a new ride for a while. Any suggestions. Rich Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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