The truck I've done the majority of my stupid shit in is my POS Ranger.
First time wheelin it stock on PR78-16 Buckshots with blown belts, I laid it on its passenger door trying to make it up a shitty ravine. Tore the motor mounts out that day, the motor moved so much it would pop the brake booster line off, and rev up and take off with no brakes. Zip tied a piece of duct tape over the vacuum nipple and sent it all day. Drove it home after hooking the vacuum back up and babying it.
Took it out before work one day, now with 4.56s, Lincoln locked rear, and decent 35 Mud Kings, and a winch with blown solenoids. Nose dove into a mud hole deeper than it looked. With an extra battery cable and a set of jumper cables, hot wired the winch, rode the truck out sitting on the core support touching wires together.
Buddy blew one of the ecu modules out of his F250 while taking a girl out wheelin, calls me, I drug him out of the trail, but there was a steep decent to the bottom of a hill, chained myself to the back of him, pushed him to get him going, and was the anchor all the way down, low range hard on the brakes.
Tore the truck down while building another, so it was a field bomber with no front diff, locked scout rear with 4.88s, and some haggard ass 39.5 TSLs. Same buddy with the F250 buried it while home on leave, nobody could pull him out. Went home, Jumped the field bomber, drove it with no plates there, drove it down this icy shitty trail to where he was, 2nd gear 2.9 valve float the entire time. Hooked up the winch and had him out in 2 seconds.
Truck was sorta rebuilt, with a narrowed 44HP up front, spools front and rear, still a junk ass 2.9, and 38s. Out bombing around alone in the winter, got lost, and when I realized I was in a real shitty spot in this trail with 5' deep water holes in places, I broke through the ice, probably 3' deep, deep enough I couldn't open the door. Knew it was a pretty decent trench, with walls so to speak, dialed hard right, dropped the clutch and it climbed out somehow.
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POS Ranger on narrow 3/4 tons with a 357w noise maker