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Old 03-01-2009, 06:34 PM
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2 PSD's Stuck in Ice/Water

Today I got a call from my brother that he got his truck stuck on an offroad trail and he needed a pull out. Jumped in my truck and drove 10 min away to where he was to check it out and it was in there pretty good. My buddy was on his way over with his 6.0 Flatbed Dually so they were gonna try to get it out with that(had a weight block in the back for traction). He made it half way out to him and got stuck so now we had 2 trucks stuck in the mud. My friend made a couple calls and got his 2 friends with Jeeps with winches to come down to give it a shot. The jeeps couldnt get the dually out so I hooked up my 2000 f350 to it. After about 15 minutes of yanking on it we finally got it out. Next thing was to get my bros truck out. The Jeep made it back to him and gave him a good yank and broke him free. He made it all the way down the trail in reverse until he got buried again in another hole and the dually finally got it out after a few pulls. Here are some pics/vids(if they work never posted vids before) of todays **** show.
My brother truck when I first got there




Pics of the Stuck Dually


Jeep Givin it a shot
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Old 03-01-2009, 06:35 PM
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all of the pics are the same one
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they seem to be all the same pics
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nice pics...as if i didnt see it once, i saw it 7 times
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Vid of the Dually Stuck
New :: Stuck Stroke video by bigrdg1234 - Photobucket

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ahh now they work, looks like fun trying to get those out, not the best trucks to be on the trail with. LOL
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Old 03-01-2009, 06:44 PM
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My bro getting stuck again
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Old 03-01-2009, 06:45 PM
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These heavy rigs sink fast and deep!! It helps to have some bigger shoes!!
Glad ya got out ok
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Yea just fixed the pics, not the best trucks on the trail is an understatement My brother has crappy firestone AT tires and the dually has the plow with regular m/s tires
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Old 03-01-2009, 06:46 PM
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i dont think the plow helped! next time take that off
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