Whooo there big fella , nobody said were perfect but the advice comes with a lifetime of experience. everybody gets stuck .Wouldn't dream of putting a hi lift on the bumper of my new truck. I was thinking the hitch. Yes there are trees everywhere I plow. Yes I have buddies with truck, but I'd rather not bother them or depend on them. Yes it would be best not to get stuck in the first place. I'm talking once or twice per season. I can only aspire to be perfect like those of you who don't ever get stuck.
My question was come along, or chain fall, but thanks anyway.
We've all gotten stuck, I buried myself in my own yard last year. I know a half dozen guys, we help each other if needed. But it ain't every storm. An electric winch would get you out, a come a long, that would be hard.
The town pulled me out with a Cat loader, and he had a hell of a time.I could just imagine the look on my clients face when I wrap a cable or around their silver maple and start winching myself out of the ditch…
Or there have to be something around to hook onto other than their mailbox
This, keep a tow strap with you, make some friends in the industry in your area, guys will help each other out.
Ewe do what? Careful doing anything sheepish around a Scot, you might get sheared. Alright, I've met my sheep pun quota for the day.What if you only have one unit out?
The local tow is a Scotsman named Jim.
His accent and demeanor will always brighten your day. I have called him several times and most always dig myself out before he gets there.
I always sheepishly phone him back and let him know and to charge me(he never does) sometimes he just says "I havntt left yet cawse you always git ooot."