Traktor stuck?

this guy knows how to help. 8-)

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+7 1. Matteo commented 11 years ago

i'll do that with my fiat 500 in the snow
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+40 2. Zmagec commented 11 years ago

clever! 8-)
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+31 3. Ganjabus commented 11 years ago

It's those little things that make us smile.
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+17 4. mmmendal commented 11 years ago

Innovation is a must in such conditions.
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+1 5. y3lom commented 11 years ago

i wonder if it'll work with these guys

http://www.snotr.com/video/6758/Double_fail
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+22 6. hdwg commented 11 years ago

Necessity is the mother of invention. Nice work guys!
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+3 7. shayangx commented 11 years ago

Respect! I hope theres a big branch near, when my car ever gets stuck :p
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-4 8. RandurSource commented 11 years ago

So nothing went wrong?
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-5 9. BrianDilori commented 11 years ago

Probably destroyed the rims!!!
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+6 10. zxoxz commented 11 years ago

#9 Nope I don't think so...My Dad done that with his tractor more than once.
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+9 11. blackd commented 11 years ago

#9 I know these tractors the rims are like 3-4 mm steel. Probably scratched the paint though.
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+1 12. Kendiana commented 11 years ago

GIT'R'DONE :D
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+5 13. 01nvr commented 11 years ago

Didn't know tractors could pole vault... :D
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+3 14. cameramaster commented 11 years ago

NEAT trick !!!!
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+6 15. Highmeadow commented 11 years ago

#11 - LOL "Probably scatched the paint though." I don't think that will be an issue. It's not a major concern with my old tractor. :)
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+2 16. Mourialaid commented 11 years ago

Wire backing the tractor front; a good idea to avoid a wheelie crash
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-1 17. tiggfigg commented 11 years ago

He got it unstucked?
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+2 18. rasheyz commented 11 years ago

What if you have donkey cart, and donkey refuse to walk.
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+2 19. Rossg commented 11 years ago

#18 you gotta think of something else for that one unfortunately, don't think tying logs to its legs would get it to move :D
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+4 20. wongraven commented 11 years ago

Smartass Swedes !! :(|) :(|)
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+2 21. agentreeko commented 11 years ago

he has a Phd in automotive...
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+2 22. digitalemu commented 11 years ago

#19 - I don't think your worry of tying logs to a donkeys legs is that the donkey would not move, but you would most likely lose your teeth when the donkey kicks you in the face.
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+2 23. fixento2 commented 9 years ago

Been there done that in the 1950s. There is nothing new about common sense in farmers, only the "refined and educated" are surprised.