Question Truck for family of 6


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Our 2006 F150 is our work vehicle & secondary family vehicle and needs a new engine.😩 I was looking at pics of 2012 and newer super crew F150s & there does not seem to be a chest belt for the front center.😳 We have 13yo & 11yo 5steppers, 9yo lbb & 3.25 is still RF but will FF this spring. Is there a truck that our entire family can safely ride in???


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Check out the Dodge Rams. The manual I found online seems to imply the 2013 has lap shoulder in the middle of the front seat in some models, so the newer ones should too?

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