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Discussion in 'Tractors' started by bob, Jan 7, 2003.
Been there-done that.
1. Log skidder with winch
2. Bulldozer with winch
3. Heavy duty wrecker used for towing big tractor trailer rigs.
Un -hook that field cultivator pull the tractor out with another tractor. Then pull the cultivator out from the back with a chain. Been their done that. More than once.
Now I have had a few things stuck in the mud but not that stuck I'll be scratching my head on this one for awhile.
I'd get a 200 size (45,000 lb.) or so size excavator to dig out the wheels and dig a "ramp" up to firmer ground. That's a big machine to bury up to the tops of the wheels and then try to pull out.
You could just consider it yard art
Be sure and post how you got it out, I'd love to hear.
where is that tractor at? id imagine somewhere that had a flood?
My great Grandfather once lost a steam engine in the same way. Its still there. People still talk about it.
Did you ever get this one out?
this pic. has been all over the net. in fact I think it showed up last spring when it was wet here in the midwest. I would dig away from it with a 44,000 pound hoe and then hook a good sized cable and pull it out. If you are the owner or operator of this machine you are a fool for taking the x-tra time to stick it even worse. Been there done that and leaned my lesson........