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    Default Mud, lots. Post your stuck in the mud pics!

    We got 3 inches of rain in a few days last week. It's been muddy. I didn't think it was that muddy. I've been crossing from the drive to this field for a little while in different areas. Guess I picked the wrong place this time.
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    Default Re: Mud, lots. Post your stuck in the mud pics!

    Sorry no pictures...

    I have had my little BX23 so packed with mud it wouldn't move... took hours to get all the much out.

    If much sticks to the tires... I drive it right back into the barn...

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    Default Re: Mud, lots. Post your stuck in the mud pics!

    Sometimes it just reaches a saturation point where the bottom falls out. Couple years ago I was moving a trailer and stuck this in the yard. It was in May, thought things had firmed up enough. Not in this spot, was fun getting it out.

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    Default Re: Mud, lots. Post your stuck in the mud pics!

    Oh that looks like fun!

    A recent trend I've seen with lift trucks is the addition of bobcat style tires replacing the drive tires. Not sure of the weight ratings. You can't do it with the steer tires in most cases.

    Something to think of. If you want to tinker. Your lawn may thank you.

    Stay dry!

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    Default Re: Mud, lots. Post your stuck in the mud pics!





    And about the a year later IIRC, the same spot got me again

    Kubota L4400 - Land pride rear scraper blade, 6 foot landscape rake, 72'' Frontier Box Blade, Land Pride 60'' finish mower, Land Pride Q/A pallet forks, County Line Carryall built to haul and loaded R-1's
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    Previous Tractors: 1978 B7100, 2009 B3200

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    Default Re: Mud, lots. Post your stuck in the mud pics!

    I wish I had some pictures for ya, to busy getting unstuck I have had my old jinma{tractor} stuck to where muck was over the floor. I've had my dozer stuck the same and broke an axle, that was a real joy to get out. Digging/dredging ponds can really get into some hairy issue's. Years back I also stuck a dozer and broke my foot doing something stupid try to get it out{in a hurry}.

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    Default Re: Mud, lots. Post your stuck in the mud pics!

    I wish! It has been so dry here, we are still carrying our wildland gear on the fire engine... I forgot what mud looks like...
    RobertN in Shingle Springs Calif

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    Default Re: Mud, lots. Post your stuck in the mud pics!

    No pix, but a not so fond memory. . .
    I got my Land Rover (key word here is LAND!) stuck in the mud behind the Philadelphia airport.
    We went to find a tow truck, and returned to learn that there is indeed a tide in the Delaware river. Roof of vehicle was peeking out of the six feet deep water.
    This was in 1967, and my wife still never tires of telling people about it.

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    Default Re: Mud, lots. Post your stuck in the mud pics!

    Back in 1968 we were just getting telephone service and they were burying the line with a D6 that had a direct bury rudder-plow like attachment on back that did it all in one operation. I was ten years old when this was going on, and since it was during summer vacation I spent a lot of time with the crews, even helping to flag traffic when they had to walk the cat across the highway. Things went ok until they had to cross a creek at the east end of the place.



    Took the better part of a day before they could round up something heavy enough to help out, a KW with a self-loader that was able to pull it upright while they backed it out.

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    Default Re: Mud, lots. Post your stuck in the mud pics!

    I found some mud and used the winch on the truck to pull it out after I could not get out with the bucket and hoe.







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