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Old 12-02-2007
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shocks??typical no

why are the rear shocks on a ranger staggered,and the rear shocks on a f-150 are parallel,i have seen a few f 150's and noticed a diference,i know this is illrelivent to most but important to me.
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i have always wondered the same thing lol
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Old 12-02-2007
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i don't like it because i *think* thats why the pass. tire gets pulled forwards into the fender...
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Old 12-02-2007
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Staggering the shocks is supposed to help eliminate axle wrap,, but as we all know it doesn't work.
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