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Old 02-21-2018, 10:05 AM   #19
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Re: 68 GMC to a 2003 Tahoe chassis

Originally Posted by 67Monster View Post
Working on the same thing right now. 2003 Tahoe Z71, putting 68 C10 on it. 2006 LQ4 4l80e swap doing AWD. Most of my Tahoe was already butchered up, by people parting it out. I'd have to go back and get all new wiring harnesses for the ABS and other Tahoe perks. I was curious because I think I'll be bypassing my ABS system. I also purchased a set of coil over conversion mounts from Will be eliminating all of the torsion bar mess, especially since some of it has been unbolted, cut, etc. when they pulled everything out of it.

Thanks for the info. I am staying tuned.
I would highly suggest that you do not bypass the ABS. I'm assuming that you're gonna use the stock ECU? If so you're gonna need the ABS or else it's gonna throw a ton a codes at you. Just my thoughts hope that helps.
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