I have two butch tow hooks on the front, but a single tow point on the hitch on the back, so I'm tempted to use the front for towing out stuck buddies. That would mean I would be pulling in reverse. I've heard that the diff gears are not cut for reverse and that tugging in reverse can damage them. Now, take into account this is on soft sand, so my 4 wheels will be turning without obstruction, though the stuck vehicle could be in down to their axles. Usually there's a bit of a run-up involved and the tow rope is flexible, a 24mm ship mooring rope, so it stretches and then helps "bump" the stuck vehicle out, a bit like an elastic KERR strap, but it only stretches around 10-20%. Should I still avoid recovering stuck vehicles in reverse?