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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-12-2003, 03:27 PM
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??? About the Chevy Tracker (Suzuki Vitara)

I had had my 88 samurai for two years and really like it. So, I was wondering about the 99 and up Tracker (vitara). Like how much wheel travel (I think it is 8") and how deep can I take it in the water. I have just bought a 03 two door,soft (two piece) top Chevy Tracker with a auto tranny,2.0. This thing is great. I have owned a 98 tj before and this is much better all around truck. The moter is plenty for the size and the auto tranny is awesome. It has a high and a power range. I was worndering if anyone would care to explane how this works?? Does it just holds the shift points? I have the dealer put on 215's bfg all-terrains on. Or is there a web site for the questions I have?? ZUK ON Draven

Another question. when driving in town, should I leave the transmission in the power mode with overdrive off? Or do I turn on the power buttion while off roading? I guess I am a little excited about my new zuk. I know it is independed supension, but how tough is the front end? I plan on driving this at my primary auto. And I still have the 88 zuk for the tough stuff.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 09-12-2003, 03:47 PM
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Re: ??? About the Chevy Tracker (Suzuki Vitara)

The power mode is best for getting on the highway and steep hills where you need power. It richens your fuel mixture and increases the shift points....great for getting to the trails, I don't think it would be good on them though.
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