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Old 04-01-2009, 12:34 PM
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last year for twin I beam suspension?

just like it sounds need to know last year of that i beam suspension for my paper
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Uhm, I'm pretty sure they still make it, the 2wd model at least - they changed it a bit, particularly the radius arms, but tis essentially still the same thing.
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'97 F250's were the last ones with the TTB one tons had the solid axle since the begining of time. '99 and up used a solid axle for the 3/4 and 1 tons.

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one tons had the solid axle since the begining of time.

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79 F350 had solid axle. From 80-85, the F350 was using the TTB D50. In mid '85, Ford switched to the solid D60 in DRW trucks. And then shortly after, all F350's were using the monobeam D60.

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Twin I-beam is the 2wd front suspension, and you will still find it under 2wd S/D's and 250 and bigger E-Series vans.
TTB was an 80-97 only thing. The dates on the F350's having TTB are correct.
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The 98+ F150's have twin A frame, but as said the 2wd Sduties are still are twin i beam
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Twin I-beam is the 2wd front suspension, and you will still find it under 2wd S/D's and 250 and bigger E-Series vans.
TTB was an 80-97 only thing. The dates on the F350's having TTB are correct.
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Twin I-beam is the 2wd front suspension, and you will still find it under 2wd S/D's and 250 and bigger E-Series vans.
TTB was an 80-97 only thing. The dates on the F350's having TTB are correct.
Indeed. One correction tho,TTB and twin I-beam is the same thing - TTB is the name of the overall design, and it can be had in I-beams (2wd) or hollow formed beams (4x4).
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TTB twin traction beam 4x 4 is the way I always understood it 2x was twin I beam.
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Indeed. One correction tho,TTB and twin I-beam is the same thing - TTB is the name of the overall design, and it can be had in I-beams (2wd) or hollow formed beams (4x4).
TTB- Twin Traction Beam 4wd only

TIB- Twin I- Beam 2wd only

The basic design and function is the same, but the names aren't interchangeable.

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