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Thats like saying a cheeseburger is a cheeseburger, yet every restaurant that sells them they taste different.

Dodge's are good for keeping the # 3 slot in "the big 3" occupied. The only thing they have going for them is the cummins.

I cranked my t-bars till they were maxed. I broke a cv axle while it was stock, BEFORE i cranked the t-bars. Didn't break another one after I cranked the t-bars.
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but it doesnt matter if its a dodge ford or toyota..a t-bar suspension is a t-bar suspension
acully no the design can very to a piont of making them all different the concept is there but they can be different go ahead and agrue i dont care because i know the answer whats TONS of ranger owners here with MAXED t-bars only experiancing 1 problem they sag so you go to the junk yard and get the i think its B bar and its the strongest.
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