Ranch life involves dealing with horses and cattle and taking care of the land. Trucks also play a big part in ranch life, whether you're a ranch hand, caretaker or owner.
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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and when a rancher looks at his truck, he's not seeing the dirt and the dings -- he's looking to see how it holds up. After all, a ranch truck endures a lot, including the five obstacles to truck well-being we have on our list.
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