How to identify truck cab styles
When talking about the cab style of light duty pickup trucks, each manufacturer uses its own terminology. To make things even more complicated, some manufacturers have even changed their cab style terminology throughout the years. This can be confusing, especially when trying to buy replacement parts for your truck. To help make things a little easier, we’ve put together the following image to show the different truck body styles and the most common designation that each major OEM uses for it. The examples illustrated are FORD F150, and each manufacturer’s designation is listed next to its corresponding style.
When searching for replacement panels for your truck on the Raybuck website, feel free to use the manufacturer’s body style designation in the text search box. We built a lot of technology into this search box to help you find exactly what you’re looking for by simply typing it. For example, you can type in “2003 Dodge Quad Cab bed panel”, and you’ll see all of the bed panel parts that we have for that truck, such as wheel arches and lower quarter panels. But, if you are searching via the year/make/model/submodel selector, please note that we have standardized on the following terminology for submodels: Regular Cab, Extended Cab, Crew Cab. For the same 2003 Dodge Quad Cab, you’ll want to select the “Crew Cab” submodel to find the parts that you’re looking for.