If possible, I tend to park away from everyone else so there's a smaller chance for door dings and the like. Even if it means walking a little more.The worst part is when people open their doors into your truck! Or in the parking lot, when somebody hits your bumper and the chrome cracks. Now, it's inevitable that the thing's gonna rust out..I can clean it and delay it but..ah well, it happens
Tecnically that was an "extended cab" version and not a "quad cab" (quad = 4 doors). Since the extended versions didn't really have 4 doors, they are not quad cab trucks IMHO.Yeah I know the length is about the same. I just wish they would make a cab around the size as mine. The new cabs are too big, I'm not filling my truck with adults, but I like the ability to take people, and the original quad cab design just looks nicer to me, maybe it's because it gives the effect of a 2-door pickup.
1995 - Dodge introduces its extended cab, marketed as a "Club Cab"Nope. A quad cab, by definition, has 4 conventional doors.