2001 Chevrolet Tracker

My Tracker was custom built by Jesse Haines Fabrication to be an incredibly capable rockcrawler and it exceeds all expectations.  I use this vehicle to prerun the brutal King of the Hammers each year and it has never disappointed.  The Tracker only weighs 2,900 pounds (stock was 2,600 pounds) and far more stable and nimbler than anything else I have ever owned.  Samco Fabrication plumbed and wired the tracker to desert racing standards and CR Fabrication built the custom sheetmetal interior that looks like it belongs in a race car.  The end result is unlike any other Tracker on the planet.


2.0L four cylinder engine

Five speed manual transmission

Trail Tough Rock Block underdrive

Aftermarket4x billet Samurai transfer case w/ 6.4:1 gears

Diamond Axle housings

Hellfire knuckles

RCV axle shafts

Spidertrax brakes

Toyota electric lockers w/ 4.88 Motive gears


ADS 2.5-inch diameter air shocks

Three-link suspension front and rear

Heat treated chromoly links w/ chromoly rod ends

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