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    Show me your chevy/gmc truck

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    Here's my 2003 Silverado Quadrasteer. 77,000 miles


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    2006 K1500, bought it used a couple of years ago with 52,000 miles, now 72K. The 2001 K2500HD was up to 160K & I don't need the towing capacity of the 3/4 ton anymore, so I went with the 1/2 ton. 5.3 gets much better gas mileage than th6.0L, unless I'm towing full capacity. Used to tow up to 12-13K, now no more than 7K. ~~ Lowell
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    Everyones' rigs look good.

    The only Chevy pickup I owned was a 1983 S-10 that fortunately was scrapped back in 1995. It should have been scrapped the day it left the factory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 636mullet View Post
    Here's my 2003 Silverado Quadrasteer. 77,000 miles


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    I always thought those were neat trucks... never caught on, but a very cool idea for those that complain about a pickup un-nimble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martian View Post
    I always thought those were neat trucks... never caught on, but a very cool idea for those that complain about a pickup un-nimble.
    I get a lot of questions about it. Often I see people giving it the eye when I'm in parking lots. Their eyes get pretty wide when I crank it around and hit a spot without having to 3 point turn. GM should have pushed it more and had a better marketing campain. It really shines when pulling a trailer. When it came out in 2002 is was only available on the GMC Denali and that thing was $60,000. By the end, 2005/6, you could have it as a $2,000 option on a 2x4 extended cab. Quadrasteer makes my truck work so much better in the city driving conditions. I'd be willing to bet they wouldn't sell a new truck without it had they pitched it a little better. The system is pretty simple and makes the truck feel so much less in a bind when turning. I love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 636mullet View Post
    I get a lot of questions about it. Often I see people giving it the eye when I'm in parking lots. Their eyes get pretty wide when I crank it around and hit a spot without having to 3 point turn. GM should have pushed it more and had a better marketing campain. It really shines when pulling a trailer. When it came out in 2002 is was only available on the GMC Denali and that thing was $60,000. By the end, 2005/6, you could have it as a $2,000 option on a 2x4 extended cab. Quadrasteer makes my truck work so much better in the city driving conditions. I'd be willing to bet they wouldn't sell a new truck without it had they pitched it a little better. The system is pretty simple and makes the truck feel so much less in a bind when turning. I love it!

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    I never new they made them like that. Can you post some picks of it in a turn? My 97 ext. cab is a pain in the rear to turn. Lots of 3 pt. turns. I think it is crazy how they make certain vehicles or features and don't advertise it very well, then wonder why it doesn't sell and scrap it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 636mullet View Post
    I get a lot of questions about it. Often I see people giving it the eye when I'm in parking lots. Their eyes get pretty wide when I crank it around and hit a spot without having to 3 point turn. GM should have pushed it more and had a better marketing campain. It really shines when pulling a trailer. When it came out in 2002 is was only available on the GMC Denali and that thing was $60,000. By the end, 2005/6, you could have it as a $2,000 option on a 2x4 extended cab. Quadrasteer makes my truck work so much better in the city driving conditions. I'd be willing to bet they wouldn't sell a new truck without it had they pitched it a little better. The system is pretty simple and makes the truck feel so much less in a bind when turning. I love it!

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    I didn't know GM made a Chevrolet version of that truck. I was aware of the GMC version, but not the Chevrolet. In a previous life, I was a service technician at a Buick, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Cadillac, GMC dealership and we had a few of the GMC Denali Quadrasteer trucks come in for service. They certainly were nice rigs.

    I used to know quite a bit about how that whole rear steering system worked, but I have been out of the auto repair business for a number of years now and unfortunately have forgotten. When a guy doesn't work with the stuff every day, he tends to forget, which is what has happened to me.

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