My friend and I went off roading in some fields near the Connecticut River. The mud was real slick and my tires were bald, bad idea. My friend's jeep's tires slicked up and got stuck with the rear axle in the mud. So I went to pull this little Jeep out. Our wimpy tow cable (15 feet) forced me to drive my Bronco right up behind the Wrangler. This caused my bald tires to slick up with mud, we tried to get mine out, but the tires were worthless. So the Bronco sunk up to the frame in mud...running boards touching the mud....drive shaft in the slick river mud. Sounds bad? Just getting started. So we tried to think of people to come pull us out. We got my friend, John. He had a Silverado with. So we hooked it up to the Bronco, spun the BFGoodrich A/T's, and got it stuck... We were screwed, but just than my friends dad arrived with a RamCharger with BFGoodrich A/Ts on it. My friends Dad brought a HUGE tow rope (50 feet) and some other junk. He pulled out the Silverado after some mud-slinging. So we drove the RamCharger for a go at my Bronco. Once its all hooked up we gave it a go, and blew a transmision line, rendering the tranny useless. So the Silverado Pulled out the RamCharger and we towed the Ram home with the 50 foot tow rope. All the way to the next town. Ok, now things were looking grim. Total of 4 trucks stuck/busted, because of this Wrangler. So we tried to get ahold of my friends Cousin who has a newer f250 super duty, Diesel, with Pro-Comp Mud Terrain and >100 ft of tow strap to come 45 minutes to pull us out. So they came and yanked us both out, finally.