This is a funny thread. ANY intelligent person knows that you can get ANY truck stuck, that you can get almost any OTHER truck to pull it out (regardless of brand). That you can pull almost ANY trailer with even a Hyundai Elantra if it's on flat ground with no resistance. I bet you I could probably get a locamotive moving with a Toyota Tacoma if the conditions were perfect.
Bascially what I'm saying is that it is almost comical to assume in real world use that 1 truck is vastly better than another. Unless you are comparing a new truck to an old one.
I bought my F450 because I like a few really great features that both GM and RAM didn't offer. I like my towing mirrors and manstep. I also like that i didn't have to go through 44 RAM configurations to get one with a magical 30k towing capacity. GM doesn't even offer a truck that can tow 25k...so that ruled them out. From an RV perspective, any of them could tow my trailer, but from my Texas Ranch, only Ford or RAM had the Legal numbers to tow the hay bales and tractor/trailer combo.
You go into a RAM dealership and you'll find a sales person telling you ALL their 2500/3500 trucks can tow 32410lbs. Bunch of liers. When you get an 2015/16 F450 Pickup you get the 32,400lb capacity, Crew Cab, Long Bed, Dually, 4wd in all trim levels. You also get a Dana S130D Axle! In order to get the max tow (32410) with a RAM, you need to have the 2wd, Long Bed, Regular Cab, with Aisin Tranmission, and a few other options. NOT the setup that most would purchase unless it were strickly a farm truck.
All that being said...... I'm a Ford guy for now.
Afterall, who does EarthRoamer use for their chassis