My dad got stuck pulling my LJ (didn't run at the time) on the tow dolly in his F250 up a really steep gravel hill that was covered in ice/snow. I got in my old TJ, pulled around to the top of the hill, hooked up a strap to the truck, and pulled both vehicles on up.
Pulled out my friends Durango in mushy water up to the seats.
Winch got him out of the water but there was a bump behind me and I tried going in reverse and couldn't get over it with him attached. So I unhooked and pulled around connected my tow strap to my hitch and drove out like nothing.
He payed my 10 bucks and now get hook ups for booze.
All done with the xj
Pulled a 98 F150 out of a hole that he was only in up to half of his tires (33s). Then went through it to show him how it was done. Later that same year I had to push him up a snowy hill that he kept sliding down. (Didn't have my strap with me because I loaned it to my brother) Also I've pulled out a few other buddies Jeeps here and there but thats nothing to be proud of hah.
-2006 Golden Eagle Gold Rims and 3" BB with 33" All Terrains, JKS Rear Track Bar, Smitty Built Rear Bumper and Tire Carrier
-1987 Grand Wagoneer 4.8L/4l60e Swap http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/1...4l60e-1034131/
-2005 Harley Davidson Sportster XL883C
Not much yet with this Jeep, but with my last Jeep I spent my free time pulling people out. My brother worked at a gas station in the mountains and when people came walking in I got a call. The only one I wasn't able to pull out was a Chrysler that the driver had pulled onto the beach at a nearby river and buried in the sand. We finally got a huge truck with a cherry-picker that picked the car up and dragged it to solid ground. The hardest was a good friend that stuck his Chevy PU in the mud. It was buried up to the doors in thick, gooey muck. His in-laws came along with a Blazer (full-sized) and they had no luck as they couldn't get a good spot to pull from. I finally came along and hooked up to the Blazer and helped get it going, and together we pulled the first truck out. As luck would have it, on the way back to town my fuel pump died and the formerly stuck friend returned the favor by towing me home. Unfortunately, that was before I took pictures.
I have once attempted to jump start a diesel truck, I was doing a 4-low burnout on pavement trying to get it to move in gear. Got it to move but couldn't get it to start. Weighs a bit more than my jeep. That was on 31's though.