Question about 1996 Chevrolet Tahoe
You need to check 2 measurements. The overall width of both rear ends, backing plate to backing plate. You also need the width between the spring mounting plates on both rear ends. If these measurements are the same you shouldn't have any problems. If they are not the same, keep looking. If the overall length is shorter, your tires will rub on the body. If it's longer, your tires will stick out and rub on the fender.
The mounting plates can be moved, if the measurement is different, but that involves cutting and welding and it would likely be cheaper to get a different rear end. Braking systems should be an easy swap if it is necessary but they should be the same. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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