Reviewed By Aaron L (ERIE, PA) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford F-250 —5/1/2016 8:37 PM
I know it says a tahoe but my f250 had eye hole to eye hole so it works great for a mid level to high level truck great handling and everything would but again
Reviewed By Rob D (DOUSMAN, WI) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Suburban —2/29/2016 8:54 AM
All the holes lined up and installed as it should. Paired with 2" blocks in the rear, gave my Suburban the extra clearance needed for 33's while keeping the stock stance. Great product!
Reviewed By Kate O (Cosby, TN) Reviewed for a 1998 Jeep Cherokee —11/5/2015 3:38 AM
I formerly had the Pro Comp ES1000 on my XJ and I needed to upgrade because I am doing more trail riding-the ES3000 filled the ticket-this is a great off road shock yet provides a great highway ride.
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