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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by AMCAT, Nov 13, 2008.
When this happens you sometimes wonder if the mud really likes you
ha ha been there done that
man, where's Ron when ya' need him!
That's never happened to me, just too much floatation from my marvelous Kitty!
That's another Bobcat that can't wait to get started as an anchor, looks like it wanted to be part of the foundation anchor!
It means you not working hard enough LOL
I've buried my takie more times than I can remember. Of course I'm always working in a freaken swamp! I would classify this picture as slightly stuck, stucks when you can't see the tracks and muds coming into the cab. been there, done that, got the tee shirt, will probably happen again too!
Why would you have pallet forks on a T300 in mud that deep?????
Maybe the other rubber tired skid steer got stuck in the same place, and he wanted to show off.
We need to get my yota and pull her outa there. I remember doing that a few times with a tractor, and my zero turn too. not fun.
I think that's a spill guard for the bucket... too wide to be forks?
Thats what I was thinking. the operator shouldn't have kept spinning the tracks if he wasnt goin anywhere...