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Did Trackers ever have a factory limited slip?

As the title says, did Trackers ever have a factory limited slip?

If so, any way short of lifting up the rear or draining the diff I can check?
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Re: Did Trackers ever have a factory limited slip?

YOur factory RPO codes go to dealership they can tell you but i have never stubl3ed across 1 but thats not saying much
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Re: Did Trackers ever have a factory limited slip?

Unless you were fortunate enough to get an employee or US Forestry Service vehicle,chances are it doesn't have limited slip. I ordered mine with it and I HATE THEM!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Did Trackers ever have a factory limited slip?

Do the Geo's have standard GM RPO codes, or do they use Suzuki codes? I found the sticker in the glove box with the various 3 digit alpha numeric codes. If they are GM codes I can translate them off of various sites, but otherwise it's dealership time.

How hard is it to install a Lock Right in these things? I went down a dirt road on the way home and locked the breaks up a few times. Never got the ABS unlocking and locking, so I don't think I have that complication.
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