Lol, the funny thing is that I drove it like that for 5 minutes before the person behind me told me on the CB, "Ken, you lost a tire???"
It was a bad wheeling day, turning into night. The snow was deep, slick and falling heavily with rain. I was anchoring a group and on the last trail that we were on, 2 Jeeps in front of me got stuck and required winching. One of the Jeeps couldn't start back up and required to be towed back down to the forest service road.
With a come-a-long and the downed Jeep's winch, we slowly turned the dead Jeep around 180║. When I attempted to pull and drag the dead Jeep down the trail, I managed to slam my front tire into a cut tree stump sticking out of the ground (it was originally hidden by the snow). The force was hard enough to unseat the tire's bead. LOL I didn't know I lost my bead, I just thought I screwed up my front TrueTrac because I suddenly lost a lot of traction.
By this time another Jeep came up to help and proceeded to pull the dead Jeep down the trail while I went back to winch out another Jeep. After the Jeep was extracted we turned around and proceeded to drive back down the trail. While making our descent, the Jeep in back of me noticed a tire on the side of the trail and commented that she did not see that tire when we drove up earlier during the day. 5 minutes later when I made a sharp right turn, the Jeep in back of me saw my exposed wheel shining brightly in her lights.
It was a bad night...
I had to hike back up in the snow and water to get my missing tire back.
On a good note, my tire was warrantied and I got new KM2s for the Jeep (ran KM1s for the longest time)