Good guesses guys
- its a 2003 Silverado LS (5.3L with 4WS & 4x4)
...purchase price not set yet, so well see / it does have the Chev "cat eyes" headlight front end, I was searching for.
- be more photos if I get it (??)
If you demand total steering compliance from a tow vehicle, along with stability and maneuverability from what's being towed, the GMC Sierra Denali with Quadrasteer is just the ticket. Developed jointly by GM and Delphi Automotive Systems, Quadrasteer (a rear-wheel-steering system for trucks) is a standard feature on the '02 Sierra Denali pickup and soon to be on other full-size GM products. By using various sensors around the vehicle, a microprocessor computes the correct rear-wheel position and actuates an electric motor to turn it accordingly.
Below 45 mph, the rear wheels can steer up to 12 (left or right). At these speeds, the rear wheels turn in the direction opposite the fronts. Above 40 mph, the rear wheels turn in the same direction as the fronts to significantly limit the pivoting a trailer feels at the hitch. Forty-five mph is a neutral zone, where the rear wheels maintain a fairly straight-ahead position even when the front wheels are turned. When in the 4WS Tow Mode (recommended for towing), the speed of the neutral zone is reduced by the microprocessor to 25 mph. Visually, rear-wheel turn appears modest, but the amount they do turn yields dramatic performance dividends.
There are less than 6000 vehicles on the road with Quadrasteer, mainly due to the cost of the option. Initially, the up-charge for a Quadrasteer truck hovered around the $7,000 mark.
It cuts the turning radius by 25%,
Uh... Denny.... It's an LS.Thats why Beau called it out as a Silverado LS. And you call yourself a P/U owner! LOL...
^^ Don't feel bad SP-4x4's
photographic hobby memory, never makes for a fair contest.
- you got 1000's of vehicles, to remember in any given day...we know, we know SP
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