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I think I've decided I want to keep the Tahoe at it's current height, as tempting as a lift is. I plan to crank the keys to level it out and fit my 33's without rubbing, I just haven't looked into it too much just yet. Where my real concern lies is in all the worn out front end components that are on their last leg in my 11 year old beast. It seems like every rubber/plastic bushing is worn out and cracking. I have no doubt replacing the shocks would do wonders. So my question is, where can I get all these bushings and completely rebuild my front end? Are there parts available that are an upgrade compared to OE stuff? Best shocks? Better heavy duty tie rods/ball joints? What are my options? All I've replaced recently is the outer tie rods when one of the ball joints popped out with some duralast tie rods from autozone. I want to install some good performing and asthetically pleasing parts that'll last another 11 years. If I'm not lifting the truck, is there no point in upgrading a-arms and stuff like that? Thoughts? Ideas? Suggestions?