"Standard equipment" was usually a dealership purchase option. There's no way to tell unless you jack up the rear end and spin a tire by hand. If both spin opposite directions, you have no LSD. If both spin the same direction, you DO have a LSD.
1995 had an AWSOME LSD... if in fact your truck has one..
I had a 95 SE 4x4, in 2wd that truck would literally WALK most 4x4 though the mud on a leash! I had a hard time going places in my 87 Pathy in 4wd that the 95 would go in 2wd. Same story with our 95 Chevy Silverado. crappy diff coupled with long wheelbase made that truck the suck in the mud.
Pathy's Rule for trails.. just make sure you have a good set of A/T tires.
I tool my Pathy 4wd on the Alpine loop in Southern Colorado's San Juan Mountains and was in 2wd all the way up. Engineer pass and Cinnamon Pass, and only used 4wd Hi and Lo going down. Mud, snow and rocks and rain going up and down. This was on half worn OEM tires !!
So yes I think you are OK, particularly with good tires, you have the short wheel base and ground clearance. Dont try any steep descents with nasty hairpins !!!
ok but im not 4x4 so do i still have the lsd?
and my trip is next weekend
my cousin who was going to come with me had to work but he has next weekend off
so be expecting sum pics next saturday or sunday