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The Dana Holding Corporation manufactured the TTB axle for Ford. It uses a universal joint in the center that allows the wheels to move independently of each other. The differential is offset to the driver's side, and a slip yoke is used on the long axle side to allow the shaft to change length. The TTB axles are variations of the Dana 28, Dana 35, Dana 44, and Dana 50.
- Corvette leaf spring
- MacPherson strut
- Torsion beam suspension
- Weissach axle – a variant of Double wishbone suspension with a short link at the front pivot bushing of the lower A-arm
- 1980–1997 F-150/F-250
- 1991–1995 Ford Explorer
- 1984–1990 Ford Bronco II
- 1980–1996 Ford Bronco
- 1983–1997 Ford Ranger (North America)
- Incomplete list. Common applications only.