Stupid snow plow driver, he/ she had plowed the road about 20" too wide, over the edge of the ditch.. Unknown road to me, it was paved in ice, driving @20mph - couldn't do crap when I noticed I was in the ditch
..and no, I couldn't get out of there myself. I aired down to ~7PSI, had lockers engaged on 4lo, shoveled the snow away from around the Jeep for 1½ hours.. had to call a tow truck. Too bad my front winch isn't working at the moment, would've been out of there in 5 minutes.
Went wheeling at a local sand pit, saw some puddles that looked shallowed so I decided to get dirty but as soon as my wheel touched the water the Jeep sunk. Got some water damage in the passenger floor but thats it.
This was in my zj before I got my Wj but anyways was cruising home at about 1am and apparently my passenger wheel was bent because it was scrapping the tie rod end, and eventually seized, snapping all but one lug. Leaving me with a wheel barely hanging on in the middle of nowhere. Called my buddy, got a lift to my farm to get our trailer, went back to the Jeep to wait for my other buddy to get there. Then proceeded to try to get it on the trailer for three hours considering the passenger tire wouldn't spin and was about to fall off, so we had to jack that side up with a floor jack while I slowly backed it onto the trailer. When the jack was totally extended I gunned it up. Two weeks later got it fixed and she got off the trailer, and was promptly sold a month later. that was my worst stuck in that Jeep, have yet to get the Wj stuck!
2001 WJ Limited 4.7 Powertech, Quadradrive, 2" BDS lift.
"If you can't get there in a Jeep, You should reconsider going there."
Completely bottomed out here. keep in mind there are 32s under there. only pic i have of this stuck. i was with my gf and 11years old brother. we were stuck for a good 2 hours before my freind finally got there to pull us out.
95% of these pics are in mud (one of the few times I ever got stuck was mud as well) so moral of the story, if you wanna post in this tread, go try out that mud puddle!
2001 WJ 4.7 V8 Ltd QD. 2" Rough Country BB, TF QD's, Rough Country shocks, BDS Adjustable front UCA's, RC 2.2 steering damper, 245-70R17 Firestone Destination muds/ 245-75R17 Wrangler A/T's on Moab's, Flat Land non-winch steel bumper, rear sway bar removed, Power Brake matched disc and pad set. More to come!