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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-19-2012, 09:44 PM Thread Starter
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What have you pulled?

This was from a ride a few years back. Coming back from a trip to Wickenburg we happened upon this guy stuck(Ford/Polaris) in a rivet he wouldnt get out of anytime soon. He needed some help(Chevy/Honda).

We tied the 500 and a 450 up and gave it a pull. Pop right out.

What are some of your biggests pulls??
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-19-2012, 09:47 PM
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no pics, but I pulled a 2wd S-10 out of a mud hole on an old gas company road with the Big Red. The s-10 was just deep enough that his floorboards had about 2" of water in them. 4wd diff lock made easy work of the truck.

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Pulled a F-150 out of a wet grassy field with a 93' Honda Fourtrax 4x4. I still don't understand why he was stuck. He was shocked and embarassed!

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Nothing like the previous threads, but I pulled a Rhino out of a deep mud hole. No help from him either, his Rhino had threw in the towel. No pics, no trucks, no huge feat, but it is funny for me to give him crap for!!

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I pulled my friends F-250 that was on the crest of a hill in about six inches of mud and just spinning tires. As he spun trying to get up the hill, his back end slid closer and closer to a deep ditch. I hooked the Foreman to him and with his help pulled him up the hill.

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I pulled 2 brutes back to the truck at once neither was stuck though. I pulled a rzr out of a bad hole but no pics hadn't been riding since jan but I'm sure more great and large pull outs will happen

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it wasnt my 4 wheeler but pulled my dad in his coffin up to where we buried him at it was on a trailer and a brand new chevy suburban wouldnt make it up the hill
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post #8 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-20-2012, 04:26 PM
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A couple college kids were filming a movie for their school project where we were riding. They were in a 1989 bronco and got stuck in a small mud hole with the front of their bronco against a small bank. My buddy tied to their hitch and pulled while I gave them a flying elbow drop from the top rope. (Came down the bank and hit them head on to get them moving).

Then we talked them into hitting some mud.

Ended up having to go home to get the Farmall to get a bronco and a rubicon out.
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i had a 12x7 landscaping trailer with two three wheelers and a honda 200 fourwheeler we hauled up to our campsite. it was a little hairy but we got it up there. then i used my bike to haul the pop up campers up to the campsite. the front wheels did not like to stay on the ground. i had to have my eighteen year old son sit on the front for a little counter weight. that was fun just hauling that stuff and seeing what she would do.

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i used to pull train's all the time back in high school. they didn't always look like this though

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