I know farmers from every production system out there who are perfectly happy with their GM trucks.Anyone working a field with torsion bars and a low frame is a fool. Farmers know this. You're limited on tire size in field ruts. Not only with the Wheelwell shape, but the half shaft angles allowed for warranty reasons. Make excuses all you want. I'd Love to build a truck right Next to you in a shop right on national television. From the frame up, from the individual pieces of the engine up, from the individual parts of the transmission up, from the bare axles up and all.
I only need sales to back me up. You cannot win this argument. If GM came out tomorrow with a tucked away frame and a SFA up front everyone would be thrilled. You too Germeezy1. You once commented on how you had SFA "Envy".
Furthermore, I'm not sure what your definition of "working a field" is, but if a pickup truck goes anywhere near a crop production field, it's the outer perimeter. There's really no reason to be driving right over your arable land in anything but a tractor or combine.