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Several months back we posted an epic Top 10 list highlighting some of the priciest, most opulent and downright ludicrous pickups available on the market. Vehicles like the Cadillac Escalade EXT and Harley-Davidson F-150 are but a couple of the high-brow haulers we featured. Those vehicles – and we hesitate to call them trucks – are so over the top they spill into luxury-car territory.

While these platinum-plated pickups are still plenty functional the typical buyer probably isn’t going to use them for actual work, and by that we mean hauling a bed-full of scrap iron to the metal recycler or towing a trailer loaded with landscaping equipment.

Saluting everyone that wears a blue-collar for a living we proudly present a list of the Top 10 Trucks for the Working Man (or Woman). In no particular order, here they are.
For our list of the Top 10 Trucks for the Working Man (or Woman) visit AutoGuide.com
 

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Toyota has always been making "bullet-proof" trucks and SUV's for quite a while, especially in the 90's with their truck based SUV's, same with nissan, but IMO Toyota always did better, and their new Tundra is even BETTER!
 

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Toyota has always been making "bullet-proof" trucks and SUV's for quite a while, especially in the 90's with their truck based SUV's, same with nissan, but IMO Toyota always did better, and their new Tundra is even BETTER!
Are you kidding me? Didn't you see the Article about the trucks Toyota was buying back because their frames were rusting and trucks were folding in half with normal loads in them? Or the Tundras that had box to cab contacts denting each other going over control joints in older highways as the frame set up a harmonic vibration because of the joints. Those were some very interesting You Tube videos. There used to be a bunch of Walleye pros that towed with Tundras until they started having transmission failures on the way to and from tournaments. You couldn't give me one.
 

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Are you kidding me? Didn't you see the Article about the trucks Toyota was buying back because their frames were rusting and trucks were folding in half with normal loads in them? Or the Tundras that had box to cab contacts denting each other going over control joints in older highways as the frame set up a harmonic vibration because of the joints. Those were some very interesting You Tube videos. There used to be a bunch of Walleye pros that towed with Tundras until they started having transmission failures on the way to and from tournaments. You couldn't give me one.
****! I really had no idea that the tundras and trucks from toyotas had this much issues. And they are not small problems either. They shoudl just stick to making the corolla.
 
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