2004 F-150

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I just saw some pics of the 2004 F1's and from the pic, it looked like the they adopted some sort of strut style front suspension, similar to the Tundra's. Can anybody confirm this? It wasn't the best picture so it was hard to tell. Also, I thought that it was interesting that they put the shock outside of the leaf springs. How do you all think that will work? Any other manufacturers do this?

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Here's a sketch from work

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Kritter

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Not sure, it was a sketch an outsourced artist drew for us... so I posted it.

Here is a pic form Detroit news
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Kritter

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Exactly what they were going for. Expedition looks like a mini excursion, explorer looks like a mini expedition, etc...

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i just tried to open your attatchemt and my norton anti virus blocker came up saying there was a virus detected within the link. just giving other people heads up in dadomin8r's attatchment!


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The attachment is good. I opened it fine.

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maybe just my computer?? owell, atleast no one else has any trouble

stupid people shouldnt breed!
 
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