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Lifting an '88-'98 Chevy Half-Ton

Posted in How To on February 1, 2010
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Photographers: Chad Enochs

There are probably more of these '88-to-'98 GM/Chevy trucks on the road than any other used truck model still on the road today (go ahead-check that statement for accuracy!). And all of these trucks-1500, 2500, or 3500 series, used the same bodies, same basic frame structure and suspension designs, and shared most engine options. So prepare for more '88-to-'98 Chevy tech in this magazine-engines, drivetrains, suspensions-anything an enthusiast owner would want to see!

And in sticking with that theme, we wanted to show you the newest suspension available for this era Chevy. Rough Country has gone back and revamped this always popular seller and come out with an updated kit that is not only easier to install, but also stronger and beefier than the original kits that manufacturers were popping out in the 1990s. This translates to you spending less money (on the kit and installation) and getting a stronger suspension to boot.

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Rough Country Suspension
Dyersburg, TN 38024

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