This CAT777 dumper got stuck in a soft muddy spot and it took a D10 dozer as well as a big loader to get it out.
We loaded this dumper with single wheels at the rear because owner was waiting for new tyres to be delivered.
To get to the offloading point we have to cross under a bridge which is too low for us to pass under. We then offload before the bridge and the dumper drives under the bridge by its own where we load it again further to offloading point.
After passing under the bridge we got stuck in a soft muddy spot. Probably would not have; if we had duals on the rear of the dumper.
Dumper is working on Coal mine in South Africa near Johannesburg.
Digging Out The Stuck Volvo A30E Dumper
Video From My Old Job @ Kristian Rytter
Using the Volvo EC290C excavator, too rescur the stuck Volvo A30 dumper,
that i got stuck, with a load of rocks, on the small dump :) I did the
whole thing by my self, because nobody down the hole, wanted too come and
give me a hand, in a gravel pit in Denmark
I'm using my Nokia N8 phone, as camera on top of excavator cab
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HET M1070 Stuck
Got my truck stuck in a mud hole messin' around in anaconda.
Un loader letourneau et deux 785B chargés attachés ensemble qui tire un
autre 785B qui est callé dans la boue.
Paikallistien asfalttipinnoitteen irroitus ja pintakerroksen levitys.
Auto wird von Muldenkipper überfahren / dump truck runs over car
WABCO 3200 dump truck / Muldenkipper in the sf-movie / im SF-Film:
Redwing -- Flucht vor den schwarzen Droiden (1984)
Englischer Titel: Starship
Drehbuch und Regie: Roger Christian
Anderer Ausschnitt, in dem das Fahrzeug besser zu sehen ist:
another film excerpt where you can see more of the dump truck:
@roger_christian hello Roger, I'm a big fan of your work :) Would you mind
if I post a small scene of #REDWING with a dump truck on YouTube?
Roger J Christian @roger_christian
@siijii not at all thank you for asking
Why Tailgates and Clay Don't Mix
Tailgate trucks are great for wet silty material, but not so great for wet
clay. Here a large chunk has fallen the length of the box and hit the
tailgate while the truck was dumping (all the dirt "rides" the box until
it's almost all the way up, then falls from the top of the box). The result
was snapping off one chain support and bending the other. All the weight of
the dirt lifted the front of the truck and held it in place so the driver
couldn't pull forward.