1998 Chevy Tracker, Toy axles, ARBs, 35s
Mapl Valley, WA
Year, Make, Model
1998 Chevrolet Tracker
manual, 5 speed
Trail Tough 4.24:1 gears
1985 Toyota, 5.29, Birfield Eliminator
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
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.