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how not to unload a nice cadillac deville . off a tow truck wrecker rollback as seen on tv

Sorry ebrake was on so it wasn"t moveing very well. I didnt feal like tilting the bed . My sight isnt called scrapman if i was going to keep it.lol The stinger or wheel lift was down so it wouldnt bounce of it or damage the lift. FYI I WANTED TO SEE WHAT A DEVILLE WOULD DO DROPPING IT HARD WELL I MADE IT ON TV I'LL KEEP DOING MORE .


 


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Loading The Ole Freightliner - The Hard Way
*Watch In HD* I don't know if this truck had locking diff's or if they were just not able to engage them, but having the rear axles locked-up probably would've saved a lot of headaches this day. I don't know if this truck rolled to the show on this trailer or not, but it looks to me, had everything gone smoothly, that it would've scraped the tanks on the transition from the ramp to the deck anyway. Luckily the bad decision to charge the ramp when there are literally just inches of room for error didn't prove fatal to the driver or that cool old 1971 White/Freightliner cab-over. One smart decision was made there though, notice how the nice polished reefer was moved forward out of the danger zone before all the real drama started. Shot at Truckin' For Kids in Irwindale, California on Sunday October 6th, 2013.





woman driver just got her new car , funny !!!





Ostacruiser Worst Stucks
If you like my videos please thumbs up, subscribe and share with your buds. If you love killer modded Canams check out pinespsm.com for all your mud addicted needs. They now sell custom DIY snorkel kits for the new Gen 2 Outlander and Renegade 1000's. They also have a full line of custom billet accesories for you Canam mud machines. This video was taken on marked multi-use trails, please do your part to keep ATV'ing sustainable in the future. Please pack out what you pack in and stay on the trails





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.





Talented Tow Truck Driver At A Rollover Accident In Hobart Indiana
Get the best fire fighting DVD Video's @ http://www.mabas21.com Hobart FD and PD were alerted to a rollover with possible injuries at around 2:30 on 10-16-09. On arrival PD units determined the driver fled the scene, possibly into a cornfield. A Hobart k-9 unit responded to assist in searching for the victim. While pd units searched for the victim a tow truck from Cars towing uprighted the vehicle. The uprighting process was sped-up double. Enjoy





How not to unload an excavator.
I happened to have my video camera handy when this guy unloaded this excavator. this is what happens when you have an excavator that is too wide for the trailer that it was delivered on, dodgy!!!





Do not try this at the car wash
Note to self...next time we do maintenance at the car wash that requires a genie lift, unload the lift OUTSIDE the car wash tunnel and roll it in!





Miller Industries - Vulcan 812 Intruder II
Sink your teeth into www.MillerInd.com for more information! Introducing the new Vulcan 812 Intruder II. For more than 10 years, the Vulcan Intruder has been one of the most popular auto loaders for private property impounds, repossessions and commercial towers. But at Miller Industries, simply building a great product that stands up to punishing, high-volume towing wasn't enough. Our engineers wanted more. So they interviewed you, the customer, to find out what features and improvements would make your jobs easier. The end result is the new Intruder II. The proceeding hook-ups were done for demonstration purposes only. In real-life towing situations, always install your safety straps and chains, as well as tow lights. The Vulcan Intruder II is available with a stylish, impact-resistant composite modular body. It's also available with a carbon-steel or aluminum body. The Intruder II features a new, redesigned tailboard that improves visibility between the boom and the subframe for easier hook-ups. The hose tracking system on the Intruder II has also been completely revamped to provide longer hose life and easier maintenance. The new, low-profile crossbar and jaws have also gone through a complete make-over for easier operation during hook-ups. The new patent-pending crossbar pivot head assembly provides more surface area for longer life and smoother operation. The new design also provides increased protection for the jaw cylinders by enclosing them into the crossbar and away from the elements. The Intruder II claw design provides better grip on the tires. And, with both positive and negative tilt on the stinger, hooking up in a driveway or on an incline is a snap. The limiter stop switches halt both the fold and boom elevation height at a predetermined height. For most hook-ups, simply bump the switch to override these controls. The center section of the crossbar has been recessed for increased clearance to prevent damage to the vehicle's oil pan. Check out the complete line of innovative, durable and brutally tough Vulcan equipment at your local distributor. © 2011 Miller Industries Towing Equipment Inc. All Rights Reserved.





Tire Kingdom F150 Truck Lift
My Truck never has been the same! Tire Kingdom WILL NEVER SEE THE COLOR OF MY MONEY ANYMORE !!!!!!!!





Worst tow truck driver (part 1)
He started to bend the rim





Rotating Flatbed Recovery part 2
THIS IS A STAGED RECOVERY. Pullens Truck Centers new rotating flatbed recovery unit. Watch as vehicle is fliped over pulled up embankment, over guardrail and onto flatbed in 15 minutes. Thank you for all your comments and concerns for safety.





Tow Trucks & Recovery Vehicles Century Express Series High Volume Towing
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Edd China loading 2010 Maserati Gran Tourismo on to Brian James Trailer TT356 Car Transporter
Edd China from Wheeler Dealer driving 2010 Maserati Gran Tourismo & loading it on to Brian James Trailer TT356 Car Transporter, special guest at the Trident Trailers Roadshow in Kent. http://www.tridenttrailers.com/trailers_car_transporter.htm





IDOT Emergency Traffic Patrol- Heavy Recovery Truck 920 In Action- Tanker Recovery -Chicago 2014
Just a video showing off IDOT's biggest tool in their arsenal in action, the ultra-rare and super smexy Rotator Truck #920 Heavy Recovery Tow-Truck, hard at work on the scene of a Semi-Tanker Accident. This thing is a tank. It tossed the fully loaded semi truck around like it was a play toy. Maybe I'm crazy, but this is definitely one of the sexiest trucks I've seen in person. It was a real treat to be able to film and watch it work. Special thanks to IDOT ETP, Chicago Fire Department and the Illinois State Police for the opportunity and for risking their lives to help others in need. Thanks for watching! Check out my channel for the full video of the scene and other accidents and adventures from along the way!




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