Is quadrasteer for the chevy pickups reliable?

Well because I saw an ad for a 2003 chevy pickup with quadrasteer on it and I am interested because it reduces the turning radius for a full size pickup. Can you give me any suggestions on your experiences or what you have heard about quadrasteer??

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3 Responses to Is quadrasteer for the chevy pickups reliable?

  1. HyperGforce Lost In Oblivion May 17, 2009 at 4:31 pm #

    This is called a good idea.The main problem with quadrasteer was the price was out of this world.My dealership had three of them at one time.They sit and sit and sit.We got lucky and dealer traded the last truck after it set on our lot for over 17 months.I really liked the truck it seamed to work really well.Best of luck.

  2. Knuckles™ May 17, 2009 at 4:31 pm #

    Its a good idea, just overpriced. It will not be to long before these are obsolete and getting parts for them will be a pain in the rear!! But on the oposite side of the spectrum 30 years from now you could say, I had one of those trucks that had quadrastear!!

  3. atvman_400 May 17, 2009 at 4:31 pm #

    There is a reason GM stopped making them. They were not worth the money. It is probably pretty reliable if you don't plan on doing a lot of heavy work. I just can't imagine it would hold up to heavy loads and trailers for a very long time.