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#1236 of 1845 2002 chevy tracker zr2
Nov 22, 2005 (4:39 pm)
ok im sure this has come up a few times but is there any companies that make a lift kit for a 2002 chevy tracker zr2, my buddy and i have been usein his truck for more mud and snow then road use, so where would we beable to find a lift kit for it, weve already found some tires, but now we need the lift so we can go up about 3 inchs up, and also where can we find a push bar so we can put a wench on the front and back of the truck, weve gone thru some pretty ruff mud holes but we want more hieght so we can go deeper with it
#1238 of 1845 Re: Dome Light- need help [cob]
Nov 22, 2005 (5:49 pm)
Thnaks. I 'll give the switches a close look.
#1239 of 1845 Re: lift kit [arkainzeye]
Nov 22, 2005 (5:49 pm)
thank u chris for the links that is jus what im looking for, but just wish it was a bit higher,lol but thats ok just have to go with it for now until some one comes out with something higher, we will end up doign a body lift in time but we want more clearence then height rite now and with the tires and the lift it will be fine for now, now if we can go with out gettin high centered in a groove then well be fine, ty again Chris
#1240 of 1845 V6 in '02 Two Door?
Nov 29, 2005 (6:27 am)
I have an '02 two door 4wd Tracker with over 100K miles on it. It's almost due for an engine. Can anyone tell me if it's possible to put the 2.5l V6 in it?
#1241 of 1845 re-V6 in '02 Two Door
Nov 29, 2005 (5:05 pm)
just wondering why would your 02 tracker need a engine with only 100k miles on it? it is having problems? My 1999 tracker with the 2.0 engine has close to 80k miles on it and still runs like new. i seriously doubt a v-6 with mount to a 4 cylinder tranmission. even if it did the increase in power might cause a shorter transmission life. I wonder if you would need more than just the engine. like NEW Computer,new fuel line(s), new intake,new exhaust (v-6 vs inline 4) different throttle linkage and the list goes on.....
#1242 of 1845 Re: V6 in '02 Two Door? [fortino]
Nov 30, 2005 (4:21 am)
I was wondering also why on earth you need a new engine. My 02 4 door with a 2.0 L is pushing 100k and runs like the day I drove it home from the dealer. Anyway as was stated in another reply, the computer must change, the transfer case is different between the 4 and 6 cyl, the braking system is different due to the extra weight in the front, and as was said the list goes on.
It would be easier to jack up the radiator cap and put a new tracker under it.
#1243 of 1845 Child Car seat in 2dr Tracker
Nov 30, 2005 (3:49 pm)
I am thinking about buying a 2dr 2000 Chevy Tracker. Is it safe to put a child car seat in the back seat of a convertible Tracker? Any recommendations on Hard Tops. I have seen several on the Internet.
#1245 of 1845 Re: catalytic converter federal law [cardor] follow up
Dec 02, 2005 (5:25 am)
Dealer changed catalytic converter, no charge, my '99 tracker has 78,500 miles. Just made the cutoff time, of 8 years or 80,000 miles. I guess I got lucky.