I have another post in this forum comparing and contrasting the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon with a few off-road pickups. As such, I got curious and begun calculating the total amount of force that each wheel can get as this should be a very good measure of how capable a vehicle is off-road. For example, if it's very muddy the more force the better, right? Or in the snow, or a steep increase, or to climb a rock. The larger the force, the easier it becomes. So I did some calculations and something like a Ford F 350 Tremor, even with a significantly lower crawl ratio and taking into account the much heavier weight, each wheel on the Tremor should have significantly more torque due to the fact that the Tremor's engine produces so much torque. So does this mean that physical size of the truck excluded, the Tremor should get stuck much less often than the Jeep Wrangler and also be able to climb steeper hills?