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Is the 1990 f150 4x4 have a solid front axel or what type of suspension

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The suspension has dual shocks and a coil spring front suspension for each side tire the driving axle is a Dana 44-IFS independent driving axle attached to the frame with two coil springs, two radius arms, and a stabilizer bar Or in simpler terms what gh20s stated.

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They usually will have a twin "i" beam with a solid front axel.

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