You may have heard about the toolbox test. It’s a simple but effective exercise that involves dropping a filled commercial grade metal toolbox in the back of a truck bed. No surprise, Ford trucks barely dent, even when the steel box corner hits the truck bed with all of its weight. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for some of the competitors. Due to using cheaper, lightweight metal in their design, the metal tool box actually punches a clear hole through their truck bed. How in the world can that kind of lack of quality be considered construction-grade in a pickup truck? And let’s not discuss the bigger stress test of dropping a backhoe shovel full of cinder block in the truck bed. The competitors literally fell apart while it was another day at the field office for the Ford truck. Find out more, test drive a Ford truck at Luther Family Ford.