I wonder if there are diffs depending on where the vehicle was assembled.
My '98 was put together in Mexico and (suppressing the urge to rant...) to say
the least, I am unimpressed with the build quality.
My 99 Suburban was a piece of crap. It was always at the dealer, who did a
good job of fixing stuff things as they came up, but then other things were
always breaking on it.
The last straw was I needed all 5 door lock actuators (over 800.00) I said
no thanks, I'm done.
Maybe the poor quality that I experienced was not the norm, but I'm happy to
be rid of mine.
Don't know anything about the 2000 or newer trucks.
I believe the new body style Silverado's came out as mid 99 and early
Due to early GM running Production changes, I'd pass on a 99
unit. I own a March built 00 Silverado Ext Cab LT 4x4.. Great
with a few known GM glitch updates......
I believe the new body style Tahoes/Suburbans came out as mid year
models. These trucks would have a whole lot less running
since GM 'learned' from the 99 Silverado 4x2/ 4x4 production
I'd think you are looking at a "New body 00/01 Suburban" with the
thick front brake rotors...
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