Next to the International CXT, the F-350 Super Duty may look small, but in the truck world, the King Ranch wears the crown for "cowboys." For ranch-hands, the Ford's 15,000 pound tow rating is perfect for fifth-wheel trailer towing, while treating them to an interior that surrounds with leather, wood and every electronic gizmo Ford can throw at it. Of course, ranch-hands may not be able to afford the $45,505 price of entry. But there is an F-150 version that is a couple grand less than the F-350 but $10,000 more than a similarly equipped non-King version. We guess royalty comes at a price.
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