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    Gold Member mangus580's Avatar
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    Well, I guess this means its OFFICIALLY mine (as its not really mine unless I have had it stuck in my yard - everything I own on wheels has been at one point or another!)

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    Were you able to push yourself out with the loader?

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    Gold Member mangus580's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DT86 View Post
    Were you able to push yourself out with the loader?
    Didnt try, had a full bucket of gravel that I was taking over to the area by that gate in the background. I had taken several loads through, but I guess it was one load too many!

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    It looks like you will have some more cleaning up to do when it dries out!
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    Sorry about your misfortune. Best wishes. After it dries somewhat, it looks like you should be able to back out.
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    Wow, better keep your seat belt on when you are mowing that area, might be a bit bumpy !
    Looks like you need the "plywood highway"
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    Funny, nothing like that has ever happened to me. Henh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by creekbend View Post
    Sorry about your misfortune. Best wishes. After it dries somewhat, it looks like you should be able to back out.
    I already have it out. I have even been back through the general area with the backblade to try to smooth it. Granted, I took the loader off to make the front end lighter.

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    You got mud like we do. That's one reason I am glad I didn't buy a bigger tractor, my truck can pull mine out.
    Last edited by Bob77064; 03-31-2013 at 12:18 AM.

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    You call THAT stuck?! Guess I could come over with my Kioti and pull you out
    Let me know, first time is free
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