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Honestly, at this point in the game, they'll all do what you want, and they'll do it very well. The new Dodge trannies are holding up very well, so that should no longer be a topic of discussion. The Chevy IFS isn't the most desireable for offroad, but a lot of gys do it, and the majority have no problems with it.
The best advice I can give you is go out and test drive all three and see which one YOU like the best. As I said before, they will all do what you want them to, so go and get the truck you want to drive every day, whether it be a Chevy, Ford or Dodge.
'91.5 D350, 2wd Dually, 4" Straight Pipe, 366 Spring, DennyT Stage II Fuel Pin, Isspro Boost, Pyro, Tranny and Fuel Pressure Gauges
Brothers: '97 2500, 12 Valve, 4wd, 5spd, 716rwhp, 1200+rwtq, Single Turbo, Fuel Only
Dad's: '97 2500, 12 Valve, 4wd, Cousin Billy Auto, A couple pump mods