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#16 CRFarnsworth OFFLINE  

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Posted December 18, 2017 - 03:58 PM

Like I said, it is pretty well stuck the picture doesn't do it justice. My neighbor tried to pull it with his backhoe, a John Deere 300B. It didn't have enough power, and just stalled. After that, I put one of my buddies in my machine, and I tried to hook my F450 to the front of his backhoe, he stalled and I spun in 4 low, this was also after a few days of 20 degree temps and a few inches of frost.

Try this.

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Posted December 18, 2017 - 04:19 PM

If you have enough chain you could use the neighbors 300 as a anchor and run a chain or two from it to the backhoe on your Case. You could then use it to help crawl out of the area you are in. I had to use a steel pipe bollard filled with concrete as a anchor one time when I got my one bosses JD 210 2wd high centered on a snowpile. By using the backhoe chained to the bollard, the front bucket and the tractor in reverse with the diff lock on I was able to crawl off the pile.



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Posted December 18, 2017 - 04:28 PM

Can't you put the loader flat on the ground, pick up the back end with the hoe and swing it out of there? I've had to swing one around 360° and use the hoe to drag it out before! That front bucket needs to be down far enough to get the front wheels out of the muck!



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Posted December 18, 2017 - 09:32 PM

I can move it, you can kinda see behind it where I drove it around. I had it facing backwards up the hill. I tried using both buckets to get it up. It didn't work, so I turned around and tried the other way, still no luck. I can kinda drive around on the bottom, but once I get to the slope it just spins.
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Posted December 20, 2017 - 09:23 AM

Take the slope on an angle not straight at it...

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Posted December 21, 2017 - 08:47 PM

I got a coupler, I am going to whip up a quick hitch, and I think I may just weld some rods to the tubing, and see how it holds up.

 

Take the slope on an angle not straight at it...

Just an idea

 I tried, this machine is not coming up under its own power. Nest week, all week the highs are mid 20s so it should get somewhat frozen, and I will try to pull it out.


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Posted December 22, 2017 - 12:11 AM

This is overkill, and gonna mean te machine will not be going down the road under its own power, but...

I'd put skidder chains on it, then it will go anywhere you're brave enough to go.image.jpeg

Edited by Greasy6020, December 22, 2017 - 12:14 AM.





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