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Suburban 2500

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by bltp203, Nov 5, 2006.

  1. bltp203

    bltp203 Senior Member
    Messages: 484

    Does anyone have a Suburban 2500 set up with a plow? I am looking to get a 2001-2003 model and would like to put an 8' Boss Superduty on it. Wanted to know if there are any problems I will run into.
  2. dmjr77

    dmjr77 Senior Member
    Messages: 225

    I have a 1999 GMC 2500 4x4 454 Suburban. I dont have a plow on it, but I have heard they make good plow trucks.
  3. rcpd34

    rcpd34 Senior Member
    from MD
    Messages: 662

    I have a 2002 2500 Suburban. 8100 motor. I run a Meyer 7.5' Poly with no probs. Also have 285's on it.
  4. bltp203

    bltp203 Senior Member
    Messages: 484

    Brian, what kind of mileage are you getting with the 8.1L?.....Did you have to use Timbrens or crank up the torsion bars?
  5. rcpd34

    rcpd34 Senior Member
    from MD
    Messages: 662

    10-12mpg if I'm careful. 8 if I;m not! :D

    I put SuspensionMaxx adjustable keys on it. Runs and looks awesome.
  6. jce4isu

    jce4isu Senior Member
    Messages: 289

    but you got to love the power of the 8.1 i love mine i ex cab long box i get 13mpg
  7. mflorenzo

    mflorenzo Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    1998 Suburban 2500

    Hello, I have a 1998 suburban 2500 that is set up w/ meyer 7 1/2 plow and I makes a great plow truck. Only problem is keeping rear windows clean in a driving snow storm but I usually crank up the rear heat and that solves the problem. I run dual 770 CCA Delco batteries & 145A Alternator.
  8. I had a 1999 2500 Suburban with an 8 foot Fisher MM1. That thing plowed like a dream. As stated earlier, keeping the glass clear in the rear is a problem, but if you have rear heat, you're all set. You might get a few looks because you'll be driving the "family truckster" for plowing, but you'll get over it.