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1992 Ford F-Series Regular Cab 4x4

1992 Ford F-Series in Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe, Movie made for TV, 2011 IMDB

Class: Cars, Chassis Cab — Model origin: US

1992 Ford F-Series Regular Cab 4x4

Position 01:06:59 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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ford_guy US

2011-04-20 19:11

1992-1996/7 F-Series Regular Cab XL. It's definitely not an F-150. I can't tell for sure, but it looks to be an F-250. Comments?

rjluna2 US

2011-04-20 19:44

I agree with you, ford_guy. Seems to be 4x4 suspension system :think:

93montero

2011-04-20 22:51

I thought it might be an F-250.

Neptune US

2011-04-20 23:03

It is four-wheel drive rjluna2. Itís possible that it also has the dual limited-slip differential (LSD) option.

This generation of Ford F-Series pickups offered a rear LSD as well as a front LSD. Thus the front and rear axles could both transfer torque from side-to-side. The Bronco didnít get this option however.

The only other F-Series pickup to offer that kind of torque control capability was the 2009-onward Ford F-150 which received 4-wheel electronic traction control.

-- Last edit: 2011-04-20 23:04:56

cieraguy US

2011-04-21 23:47

93montero wrote I thought it might be an F-250.

I agree... looks like a true solid front axle. I think the F-150 version had the twin traction beam (I think that's what it's called) setup.

Neptune US

2011-04-22 01:23

The Twin Traction Beam (TTB) independent front suspension (IFS) was also used on F-250 trucks. They were made by Dana Corporation.

cieraguy US

2011-04-23 01:40

I didn't know it was available on the F-250. I still don't think the F-150 came with a solid front axle, though.

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