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they also have them in Chrome, unlike most other companies that offer accessories for our trackers only in black.or just try http://www.auto-extra.comthen click on grill guards
Here is my link to my problem with GM http://mattyrealm.tripod.com/gmsucks/
Now to answer the questions about problems with the Tracker from an earlier post on this page. The ticking noise is probably either something minor in the engine, valve lift adjustors, or even simpler, a loose sparkplug(s). I change out the spark plugs on my 99 and found that a couple of them were very loose, causing the ticking noise.
The pulley thing unfortunately does not go away, believe me I have replaced the pulley a couple of times to no avail and I live here in the North where it gets cold and that sound happens when I start the engine.
The transmission thing is a classic problem with the 99 and 00 models, even without that problem it is a slush box and really sucks. Though I had thought only people with 4X4's were having that problem.
Read my site to find out about all the problems I have had with my vehicle and why GM is a very bad, unethical company.
Also, you force them to give you an extended GMPP warranty on your rig, because the transmission problem is hard to fix and you do not want the 4000 dollar cost of putting in a new transmission.
Good luck and email me if I can be of more assitance.
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