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post #31 of 36 Old 10-28-2009, 02:31 AM
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I guess they continued to pull it out of the mud so they could haul it to the junk yard? Can you imagine how much time and money would have to be spent to fix that screwup? OMFG!



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post #32 of 36 Old 10-29-2009, 04:50 AM
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I used to own a ford Super Duty just like that one, and I am going to tell you those thinks can pull a house and some have.

Second you should never tie on to the axle and jerk like that

Third make sure everyone stands right next to the snatch strap so when it breaks every one gets decapitated.

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The Xj was in two deep holes, the surrounding mud isn't even that bad but the superduty was afraid to go down there? Wait for a non-wimp in a less ridiculous truck to come along and then pull forward and to the left...

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I used to own a ford Super Duty just like that one, and I am going to tell you those thinks can pull a house and some have.

Second you should never tie on to the axle and jerk like that

Third make sure everyone stands right next to the snatch strap so when it breaks every one gets decapitated.
Looked to me like the strap was on the frame and the axle was buried. Thats why when he gave it a good tug, the body came forward but the axle stayed in the mud.

And I was going to mention the same thing about how idiotic these people really are. All of them standing right next to the strap as hes tugging. Brilliant! If you ask me, they got exactly what they deserved.

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post #35 of 36 Old 01-25-2010, 11:14 AM
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What amazes me is that there are that many people there and no one that to do anything to dig to make it easier.

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I think these idiots broke every rule of recovery at least 10 times....

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