Going 4WD - The Bush Winch - Wheel Winch
The Bush Winch is a versatile piece of recovery equipment that relys on
engine power. The kit comprises 2x spools, ropes, special wheel nuts and a
carry bag. Optional extras for the kit are rope guides, ground anchor kit
and a bridle rope.
Boeing Dual-Driver Truck/Trailer Combination
This video shows one of the unique dual-driver truck/trailer combination
vehicles used by Boeing to transport aircraft wing spars to the Boeing
assembly facility in Everett, Washington. The first driver, as with any
other truck, is in the "front" cab. You can see the second driver in his
cab underneath the trailer, just in front of the rear wheels.
How to not load a tractor
if your going to load a tractor, use a gooseneck flatbed. Highly
recommended. This was also taken with the worlds first video camera that
dates clear back to 1930s, when you had to upload videos by bringing it to
a store in an envelope on a film reel so they can process the film, redraw
it on about 3000 sheets of paper, and quickly flip through it so it looks
like a movie. Later on when color was invented, they used paint brushes to
add color, and they also added more paper so the video would be smoother.
As you can see here, the breed of the horse is a Ford. The Carriage is some
kind of thing, idk.
massive load on a monster truck! WOW
This is a rig move near the Montana/North Dakota border just a few miles
from the Canadian border. I don't know how many tons that thing weighs, but
the truck towed it easily.
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AEC Militant wheelying
AEC Militant Mk3 Recovery towing two Scammell Constructors. About 55 tons
The second Scammell has got his brakes on.
bad day at the beach Bad Driver that sucks
This guy made the unfortunate decision to take his rig and spend the day at
the beach. Unfortunately, being an out-of-towner he obviously did not
realize that where he parked is hard compact (drivable)sand but when the
tide starts coming in it turns soft really, really quick. Common mistake
that happens way too often.
One of the mistakes he made, which we (the tow truck driver and myself)
noticed when we were pulling it out at 3:00a.m. was that he had pulled the
center part of his valve stem out, obviously thinking that if he let some
of the air out of his tires that it would help him get himself out.
Unfortunately, it let out ALL the air out and so when he tried to drive off
all it did was make the rubber part of the tire spin. Rims spinning, rubber
part now loose...dumb move.
This video and photos were taken about two summers ago at Hugenot Park. It
is a city run beach and camp sites in northern Duval County (Jacksonville
Florida). One of the only beaches that the public is still allowed to drive
on. I was camping there and get called upon quite often to help pull
newbies out of the in-coming tide. I've seen some even dumber mistakes than
this one. It's usually quite a show when they (the victims) realize that
they've waited toooo long to move the vehicle.