i dont see how yal pull out those big chevys and fords we had my tj and my cousins yj(both on mud tires, mine35s his 32s) hooked up to a tj on 33 and couldnt budge him, later that night we had 4 jeeps, a tahoe on 20in rims and street tires, and a ford on 40s all stuck and i had to go get my tractor the next morning to get all of us out.
about a week and a half ago i was stuck so i had a yoda on 35s get stuck trying to get me and another yoda on 35s locked f/r get stuck also, and a 2500 get stuck trying to get to us and a supercab f350 dually 4x4 get stuck, we had to have a taco on 44in cut boggers lock f/r (very serious rig) come get all us, the guy was nice enough to get his trailer and go get the rig a 1am and trailer it to us and provide assistance
1998 jeep Sahara 4.0L, 37s, 8.8, waggy 44, custom cage, highsteer.. still building this junk
1997 sport 33duratracs and a lil lift.. my dd
Last year, a gal slid off the road into a ditch (she had a brand spanking new Escalade) when it was icy, and could not get out for the life of her. I got behind her in the same ditch and pulled her so she was straighter (I couldn't get to the front of the thing to hook onto anything). Then I got on the other side of the road in front of her in the ditch and pulled her far enough out that she could get going on her own again. Thankfully it was a pretty deserted road (mainly due to the nasty ice that no one had any business driving in), so the strap going across the road didn't lead to any problems.
At the farm I worked at over the summer, the big tractor dropped the rear right tire into this massiv mud pit that no one knew was there. It turned out the when the previous owner of the farm ran power lines to his house, he went straight through the field, and the dirt was never really packed down where they had dug. This was the first time the new owner had planted that field, and after the previous nights rain, the tractor sunk like a rock when it hit the soft dirt/mud. It took my 89 Cherokee, and 88 Ramcharger, a Chevy something or other with a 454, an F550, an F350 (both diesels, I think), and two smaller John Deere's to pull this thing out. I'd never seen that many lines hooked to one vehicle before, and I never want to be the one in the very center again. I had about 6 inches between my tail and the ramcharger on my left, and the F550 on my right
A buddy of mine got his k5 stuck and I got there to get pull him out and he sent me to get another friends powerjoke because my Jeep "wouldn't be able to do it." I had the him follow through the trail and he got stuck twice following me and I ended up getting my friends Blazer unstuck.