i've got a couple buddies who beat the guts out of there trackers. fo the 3 i know of one failed front end. that's when he gto the front wheels offf the ground about 2' and then landed at full throttle. not really the tracker's fault. granted they are not the best built int eh world but not the worst either. around here parts are super cheap and plentiful. the real common down fall i have seen in common with all them have been rust. alot of this has to do with living in the rust belt and lack of maintenance, btu they sem to be more suceptable than other trucks of the same age.
of teh 3 the tracker would get my vote. my $.02
2004 toyota sequoia, to keep the wife happy
2000 chevy tahoe NBS, 5.3, keys & spacers, bilstein 5100's, 285 AT's
1989 4-runner; 3" BL, 255/85 bighorns on '09 taco steelies, 5.29's, rear spool, cobra 25, hella 500's w/more to come
1995 geo tracker, leveled, 31" GY MTR's, no top.