Truck scrapes asphalt - How NOT to haul large wind turbine parts - over sized load semi traler
This clip shows what trailer NOT to use when hauling over sized loads over
hilly terrain and curves. Click below to see the RIGHT kind of trailer:
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Excavator in deep shit - Heavy Recovery - Terribärgarn - Sweden
At Håkanbo North Lingbo in Sweden a excavator is stuck in the mud. With a
Scania 970 from 1962 and a Heavy wrecker from Thorson´s i Uppsala,
Terribärgarn helps the excavator up on safe ground. After one week the
excavator was at work again. Follow Terribärgarn on Facebook.
Truck, Snow, FAIL HD(truck wrecks in 4ft snow drift, loader barely pulls it out)
I am visiting friends in Maryland. Several others came to visit last night,
and we tried unsuccessfully to escort them home with the 4X4 truck. We
returned home at 3am, and then tried again this morning to just go in the
We slid out of the road down a bank and into a snowdrift that was
approximately 4ft deep. The nice thing was there was a giant front-end
loader clearing a path at King Farms, and the gentleman operating it
offered to pull us out. It took several attempts, but finally with truck
and loader working together. We managed to pull it free.
Then we had to shovel an area large enough for the long wheelbase truck to
turn around so we could return the way we came.
All in all, it was a fun experience. Plows came through later in the day,
and everyone was able to return home, after shovelling the 800 ft driveway.
lifted wj jeep pulling a 50' semi truck
START @ ABOUT 1 MINUTE....CAMERA SUCKS..01 grand Laredo I-6, stock
gearing,T.woods drive shafts,D30,D35 Non c clipped bolted in,33-13.50r20's,
6" lift,fox shocks, custom color. Liberty lake Washington winter 2009. 36"
snow storm- Doing a good deed for the day- He was jack knifed headed the
wrong way with his rear bumper stuffed in the snow bank about 100' back..
I was bored and hooked to him. Pulled him to this point with out chains,
Was only putting about 6" of slack in the strap. I know the limits of a
little jeep.. He got hung up on the median at the end of a nice tracker
style pull. Then we chained up all 4. Then got the camera out- The roads
wher a sheet of ice with new snow on top. He couldn't even get going again
where we stop in this video. The little jeep had to help him out to the
plowed roadway ;-( Just a bad day to be out, and inexperienced semi
Help this truck caught in snow
How do you tow a big truck out of the snow? Wrecked's O'Hare towing shows
you how it's done! See more danger and thrills from inside the towing
business (it is NOT what you expect!) on Wrecked, a SPEED original. Airs
Thursdays at 10pm and 10:30pm ET. http://www.speedtv.com/programs/wrecked
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Fishing for Hummers
Retrieving a Hummer from the bottom of a frozen lake in North Dakota...
Uncle Frank was out ice fishing with his family and they drove over a part
of the lake that has warm springs under it(there were no markings or
warnings) and the front end went through the ice. Frank and his family were
able to get out quickly before the entire thing went through the ice
Thankfully no one was hurt but it was a close call.
2 days later he had to return to get the Hummer from the bottom of the
lake. It is the law that you must retrieve the vehicle. It was covered by
We had no idea how to get a vehicle from the bottom of a frozen lake so I
went along to document it. It was quite a process as you will see.
I am used to living in Los Angeles so I had a lot of trouble being in that
Grandpa was drilling holes to ice fish while we waited and he worked up
quite a sweat.
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