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  1. I have a 2002 Silverado 1500 quadrasteer. No rust, all but like new condition before the accident..Unfortunately it has been deemed totaled by insurance company. Only 101,000 miles. The amount of the payoff from insurance will get me a similar non q-steer truck with many more miles or rusty rockers. Really pisses me off as they figured out prices by looking at similar trucks for sale with 100 miles. My problem is I have found various #'s saying my truck was 1 of less than 6-700 made that year. Hood luck finding a similar one. Everything in my area is rusty and or has 50,000 more miles. You would think manufactures could figure out how to keep rust from forming. Course then they wouldn't sell as many new trucks. At least the q-steers have plastic/urethane bed side so they will never rust. I was looking for 2003-2006 but so much rust. Sent from my SM-A205U using Tapatalk
  2. It was mint condition until yesterday, probably gonna get totalled by insurance company. Only has 101,000 on it. Not a good day yesterday. Hoping insurance companies realize that a low milage quadrasteer will sell for much more than KBB would suggest. If anybody knows of any lower milage ones for sale, please pm me. Sent from my SM-J727P using Tapatalk
  3. Unfortunately ebay seems to be the best bet for parts. Seems as though dealers do not have sensors or anything else in stock other than the gear oil. I saw somewherw that a guy bought all the rear axles sensors up he found in the country at dealer cost and then was offering them up online with a 400% markup or something crazy like that. Some prices are ridiculous on wbay if you ask me. $2000 for rear module, $3000 for used sensor. I would find a entire qsteer vehicle for $5000.(they are out there). Take the qsteer parts and sell the rest of the truck to offset cost. Sent from my SM-J727P using Tapatalk
  4. I just did ball joints last this summer on my 03 Ram 1500, torsion bar also. Never did them before. Went ok. Second set of hands helped sometimes. I "rented" a ball joint/front end service kit from AutoZone zone for free. Make sure to get the truck adapter. I went with Moogs. Do not get the $5 ball joints, not worth it if you have to take it apart again in a year. I think I may have to do them on my Rams replacement soon, a 2003 1500 ecsb quadrasteer 4x4. Sent from my SM-J727P using Tapatalk
  5. I picked up a 1 owner 2002 extended cab silverado ls 4x4 last month. It was garage keep and extremely clean. My fiancee loves driving it. I do wish it was a LT. I wanted a 5.3 and low miles and most seem to have been in 6.0 trucks and seem to have a lot of miles. Here's a lousy picture. Sent from my SM-J700P using Tapatalk
  6. Its all brand new, maybe something wasn't tightened up. i I have built Dana 60's (1 tons axles - Dynatrac and Currie) to put in my Jeep CJ8. Big axles in light vehicle to lessen the chance of breakage not eliminate it. Just because its a 1 ton, doesn't mean indestructible. Could have been a faulty new part installed that broke. Sent from my SM-J700P using Tapatalk
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    Insurance?

    I use USAA. Not available to everyone though. Never had a problem, hardly ever needed it though. A few towing bills and my old Jeep bounced off a car in a snow storm (not me driving). Never saw a rate increase after the incident in the snow. Sent from my SM-J700P using Tapatalk
  8. I need 2 for my 02 1500 also with the chrome clad wheels. Seems all the ones online are NOT for chrome or chrome clad wheels.I need to pull one off and look for part #. That may help in my search. Sent from my SM-J700P using Tapatalk
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