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Old 06-29-2017, 07:34 PM   #1
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How to get your stuck vehicle out of mud

Ever end up someplace you wish you hadn't? I think this would work.

This guy secured with flat nylon webbing, but your friend's belt (or a rope) would work fine, and be cheaper than a tow truck.

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Suggest you book an appointment with an autobody shop first.
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Suggest you book an appointment with an autobody shop first.
Or a Doctor if the board flies off and injures someone.
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Glenn,
I would imagine if you are off-roading in what looks like a muddy field then body work is the last thing you care about! Around here the kids have field trucks for just that purpose and sometimes, I think the point is to get it stuck!
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Yup. I covered an off-road winter rally. Guy drove his fancy pickup into a ravine / large ditch and proceed to try to get out by spinning the wheels enough to lift one side of the truck, which then repeatedly slammed down on the rocks with each attempt.
I guess he figured he couldn't do much more damage.
Made great pix.
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