Be warned. The seat jacker is great but be cautious if you live near water, humidity, or moisture of any kind. The bolts provided will rust if your neighbor sneezes within 100 yards.
Here is mine after 2 months.
I can't think of a single thing I care about less than mpg on my jeep. If I cared even 1% more than I do about gas usage, I would own a prius as my daily, but that would require transition to... well let's just say you would need to refer to me with one of the new made up words/pronouns.
While this is not my situation at all, my wife already tells people 'my' jeep is hers....
Here is a thought.
Jeeps represent freedom, excitement, happiness and fun. It may be that some wives view the jeep as competition with them. Perhaps a new jeep owner shows more attention and interest in...
When the peddle is down you will hear it. Which I personally enjoy! :)
But cruising at a normal rpm, you don't even really notice it.
The good thing is that most are $99 and its super easy to install or reverse if you want it back, one bolt and no cutting.
A brake failure is not a no fault issue, someone was responsible to keep the commercial vehicle in proper running order. If the brakes have a maintenance log, then the person who did the work did something wrong, or was negligent.
I read your description of the problem about 4 times. I'm unable to visualize the problem described.
If the lift works to raise the hardtop enough to get the 'jeep' out from under it. Then the reverse process should work the same way.
Pictures would help.... however the bandaid solutions is...
Depends on the method and meaning of 'pulling'.
Using a snatch strap to give the stuck vehicle a quick yank so he can power himself out, sure. But no load on your own drivetrain.
Winch out a stuck vehicle, sure. But jeep in neutral with brakes on.
But any pulling under power in reverse...