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  • Jeff Kelly Jan 11, 2013

    Just bought a 2000 suburban 4x4 with autoride and 190,000 miles. It rides stiffer and has more cab noise compared to my 2002 Suburban 4x4. I swapped tires but that did not help. Can the shocks be adjusted for a softer ride? Is the 2002 model better insulated for sound?



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