1998 Chevy Tracker, Toy axles, ARBs, 35s



Mapl Valley, WA


Year, Make, Model

1998 Chevrolet Tracker







Gas, EFI



manual, 5 speed

Transfer Case

Trail Tough 4.24:1 gears

Front Axle

1985 Toyota, 5.29, Birfield Eliminator

Rear Axle

1995 Toyota, 5.29, ARB

Suspension and Steering


Trail Tough Trail Slayer lift

Tires and Wheels


35"x12.50"R15 Mickey Thompson Baja Claws


Mickey Thompson Classic 3



Warn X8000i

I would be willing to trade this for a turbo sxs of some sort. it’s a 1998 Chevrolet tracker. Here’s a small list of things I’ve done to it.

The front axle is an 85 trussed toyota p/u axle. It has 5.29 ring and pinion gears, new hubs, all new seals and bearings (tail gear hd), tail gear rock rings with rubber swipes, birfield eliminator kit, and a trail gear diff guard. The rear is a 95 p/u (those years work with the lift) with all new seals, 5.29 gears, and an ARB. The third member and ARB have less than 1000 miles on them. The lift is a a trail tough trail slayer kit. Coil springs so it rides, performs, and flexes awesome. I run 1 inch spacers on the rear springs to maintain the factory rake. It rides on 35x12.50 Baja claw radials that are mounted on Mickey Thompson classic 3’s. I have 5 wheels and a full size spare mounted. It has the tail tough 4.24-1 transfercase gears behind the factory 5 speed manual. The stock hard top is in great shape, plus I have a complete soft top. I have 7 undercarriage lights, 2 reverse lights , and a light bar mounted. The headlights are LEDs too. The winch is a warn x8000i that is wired to in cab controls. It has a DVD playing radio, and a backup camera that is on a switch. The doors have quick release pins to come off in under 30 seconds. There is also a CB wired in. The motor has a custom cold air intake, Calmini header, high flow catalytic converter, and a 2.5 inch exhaust. I run an Optima red top battery. There might be more but I think that’s it.

Everything runs, works, and looks great. Why use a side by side this hunting season? This has a roof, a windshield, and a heater! Not to mention you can drive on a freeway. Thanks for looking.