Question about 2008 Chevrolet Suburban
Hello. Just bought new 2008 Suburban with 20inch wheel/tire package and having lots of vibration at highway speeds and sometimes around town. Had dealer balance, replace one tire and then road force balance again with no fix. I hear replacing with better tire might solve balancing issues. Tires are OEM Bridgestone H/L Alenza's and they do not ride good. Any ideas/thoughts?
Yes...That's probably a 50 or 55 series tire which by the nature of it's short sidewall will give you a "stiff" ride as compared to a more typical 70 series. Verify that the vibration does not come only when you are braking or accelerating. If you vibrate only when cruising then 95%(unofficial stat) of the time it comes from the tire/wheel/balance assembly.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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