1995 Sidekick Crawler

Filed in Suzuki Sidekick by on December 11, 2017 • views: 83

Here’s an off-road rig that can take the whole family on an off-road adventure!

This 1995 Suzuki Sidekick has been built with a Trail Tough Trail Slayer Kit and trussed Toyota Axles. According to Trail Tough:

Turn your 4 Door Suzuki Sidekick or GeoTracker into a serious off-road machine! 40” of articulation and great handling characteristics! We hate to admit it but these rigs are out-performing even the “bad boy” Samurai’s. Because this kit takes advantage of the superior strength of Toyota axles, your Sidekick, Tracker, or X-90 becomes an extremely durable, reliable TRAIL SLAYER!!!

The Toyota axles were fitted with 5.38 gears with a Detroit Locker in the front, and a spool in the rear. Power comes from a 1.6L 16 valve engine that’s backed by a 5-speed manual transmission. The transmission sends the power to a manual transfer case with 6.1 gears.

The Sidekick rides on 35-inch Mickey Thompson Baja Claws with OMF Performance Beadlocks.

A Warn winch sits in a custom front bumper that also has a stinger (the large hoop) to protect the Sidekick from tipping forward after a steep dismount.

The occupants are protected on the inside by a custom roll cage and 5-point crow harness’s.

This is a vehicle that’s meant to take the family out for a fun trip on the trail, get them back home safely, and even keep them cool with the A/C on.

Specifications:

  • 1.6L 16 Valve Engine
  • 5-Speed manual with Centerforce heavy duty clutch
  • 6.1 Transfer case gears
  • Toyota Axles w/ truss’s
  • 5.38 Gears
  • Detroit Locker up front & spool in the rear
  • Trail Tough Trail Slayer Kit Front & Rear
  • Dual rotors up front
  • OMF Performance beadlocks
  • Mickey Thompson 35-inch Baja Claws
  • Warn winch
  • Custom front Winch bumper w/ hooks
  • Custom complete roll cage throughout the entire truck
  • 5-Point crow harness’s all 5-seats
  • Power steering
  • A/C & heat

 

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