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90 IFS 4x4 STOCK suburban...width of front end? HELP!!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by uglychevyZZ4, Aug 23, 2006.

  1. uglychevyZZ4

    uglychevyZZ4 3/4 ton status

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    I need the width from outer sidewall to outer sidewall on a 90 IFS 4x4 Burban.. i am supposed ot drive 150 miles tomorrow to pick one up and am trying to figure out if a tow dolley is wide enough.. HELP!!
     
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    4X4HIGH 1 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    First off, suburbans weren't IFS until 1992.
     
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    ok well 92/3/4.. either way, its early ifs.. satisfied :D
     
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    Now i am. :D
     
  5. HarryH3

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    Just measured my '94 for ya. It's at 78 inches, sidewall-to-sidewall. Mine has aftermarket wheels that have an additional inch of offset on each side, so figure 76 inches with stock wheels and even a bit less with the stock size tires. (Mine has 285/75R16's that are a tad wider than stock. )
     
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    Tow dolly isn't gonna be wide enough, but it's not enough to worry about. Just tighten the straps tight as you can, and check them now and then.
     

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