2wd stuck down a decent sized hill, sideways in a road. Two smaller 4x4's spent all the previous day trying to pull it out. Winch pulled him back straight onto the road. I probably could have gotten the Suburban out back up to the top of the "steeper-looking-in-person" hill, had I not been dragging the 2wd truck. The winch got it's workout. Consistency of snow: annoying- slushy up top, but as soon as you spin a tire, makes instant ice underneath. Gave the winch a rest. Went and grabbed the '75 K5... it's maiden voyage with the 454 and Detroit Locker. Note: Don't be stupid like me and back into ruts previousely created. Sure, I thought grabbing some dirt would be better than atop the ice. But soupy mud was under the shell of slush and ice. Progress was slow, but finally got the 2wd truck drug up the hill all the way. Sailing was smooth after rounding this corner. Despite my electric fuel pump ground wire coming loose on the K5, bad power connections on the winch cable to the battery, and overheating cause by boiling over due to me not having a radiator cap, all went well even though I found out later I had an unplugged vacuum port on the carb. No wonder it wasn't running perfect. But I still loved hearing the Flowmasters.