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Anybody got any ideas on how to get my truck out of this mud. I tried with my tractor, but it just digs a hole and almost gets stuck.
 

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Sorry, I can't help but laugh!!!

Have you tried to pull it out from the back? It does not look as bad!
 

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Yeah, but it is so muddy that my 2 wheel drive tractor can't get any traction.
 

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Does your tractor have a front loader on it? If so did you try digging it into the ground to help with traction? I'd come try and help but it's a bit of a drive, lol. Good luck with it.
 

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dodson914 said:
Does your tractor have a front loader on it? If so did you try digging it into the ground to help with traction? I'd come try and help but it's a bit of a drive, lol. Good luck with it.
Yes it is a 50hp massy with a front end loader. I had to use the front end loader to get the tractor back out after I got it stuck. I can't figure out how to use the front end loader and pull the truck at the same time. I tried to back out while lifting on the truck, but that didn't work either. This is going to be lots of fun. Anybody close that wants to come play in some mud on private property is welcome to come.
 

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his truck is a new permanent fixture on his property:jester:
 

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ecmeyla said:
his truck is a new permanent fixture on his property:jester:

It sure is looking that way. I may have to just wait until it drys out.
 

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might have to buy a wench that u can put on the tractor
 

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kronos2 said:
might have to buy a wench that u can put on the tractor
Kronos I'm thinking that perhaps you went a winch on the tractor. Of course a wench might make him feel better should the Titan remain buried much longer, lol
Good Luck Helo. Stay safe and don't get hurt with this.
 

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Do you have a snatch block? If not you should get one. I've seen trucks buried much worse than yours come right out with a snatch block and a tractor. Good luck.
 

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I think a little training excercise with a Helicoptor may be interesting...

Wishing you the best, at a minimum, you have some good stories to pass around now. Real off road stories. :)
 

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Thanks guy, I think I made some progress today. I got it jacked up and the frame is now off the ground. I broke 3 jacks in the process, but atleast it is off the ground. I put some sand and landscaping timbers, and some flat metal with reinforcements under it. Will wait until tomorrow morning to try to get it out. It will be dark in less than 2 hours, and I need a break. Lots of digging and jacking. My internet has been down since last night, it just came back on that is why I haven't updated until now. Will post some pics a little later.

Thanks Brad
 

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Bootzon said:
Kronos I'm thinking that perhaps you went a winch on the tractor. Of course a wench might make him feel better should the Titan remain buried much longer, lol
Good Luck Helo. Stay safe and don't get hurt with this.
yup your right. im a bad speller. sorry but i think a wench would make him feel better right now tho. lol
 

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I posted some more pics, in the picture section.
 

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Helo, where the red circles are, dig a trench between the front and rear tires on both sides. In the front, dig a slope (ramp up) from there.

Place some 2x10 boards down, and with the help of your tractor, drive it out...

 

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bbomar said:
Helo, where the red circles are, dig a trench between the front and rear tires on both sides. In the front, dig a slope (ramp up) from there.

Place some 2x10 boards down, and with the help of your tractor, drive it out...

Thanks, that is pretty much what I did. I backed the truck up as far as I could, and laid some flat metal under the tires at a angle. It is really hard to dig under the truck without hitting the truck with the shovel. I also put some sand in there for traction. The metal is about 6 foot long with non skid on it. If the tractor can get traction it should come out with no problem.
 
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