92-98ish tahoe/sub........any comments?

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  1. borazhasleftthebuilding

    borazhasleftthebuilding Lets Party OT Supporter

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    it would be 4dr

    got anything great or bad to say aboot them, aside from mpg of course....
     
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    My friend had a 96 burban New, and had problems all the time (till 140k) with it until he traded it in for a Yukon XL Denali '01. Not sure why he chose the same type vehicle but hasnt had a problem with the newer vehicle and is now past 100k. Shows that the Chevy 350 may have some issues versus the 6.0L. But of course everyones experiences are different.
     
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    Diesel66 My standards for women is like rent-a-centers stan OT Supporter

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    are you kidding me ?
     
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    they're great rigs. The chevy 350 is VERY reliable, and extremely cheap to fix and rebuild. They go for 300k+ miles with basic maintenance. The 4L60E tranny is what worries me in those rigs -- but if you have problems, put a good reman in there and you should be okay.

    All in all, I think those tahoe/suburbans are awsome rigs, and a great value. I'd love to pick up one of those 2-door fullsize tahoes. That'd be tits.
     
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    My father-in-law had a 95 2-door deisel, and it was awesome... never had any problems, and you could never tell it was a deisel until you were towing something..., then the power was obvious...
     
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    borazhasleftthebuilding Lets Party OT Supporter

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    they are basically the same price as a same yr/same mileage cherokee:eek3:
     
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    ya idk...I was always a fan of the 350 until then too. Easy fixes, lots o parts, good power. Somehow I did lose a little faith with it when I saw that his truck was having some issue every 3 months or so :( And its not like he ran the fucker into the ground either, he took care of it.
     

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