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    Talking Help: Truck stuck in a creek

    I had a friend of mine call me last night and tell me about getting his truck stuck in a creek. It took him 4 hrs to dig it out. He used a grain shovel and an ice scraper to get it out. I am looking for ideas that will help him the next time he does this. And as far as him calling and asking me for help, I have caller I.D. and know better than to answer the phone.

    Jeff

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    This is a no-brainer. Stay the hell out of the creek. It like a drunk in a bar looking for a fight. There's little doubt he's going to find one.

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    LOL, you should have seen him when he finally walked in the store. What a mess.

    The man was hurting, poor guy but it's tough not to laugh. I told him he just needs a bigger truck.
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    Make lots of friends with Farmers who have BIg 4x4 Tractors.

    Other wise invest in a WARN winch with at least 150ft of cable...

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    Default I should be able to call on my freinds for help and support

    I am the gu who got my 4x4 v8 all terrain truck not stuck,but wedged in the creek.
    I thought maybe that by telling my story to Jeffro that he would get my objective out of the story.
    It's all for the deer man......
    If my truck rolled upside down and I was trapped and killed in it.
    I would have been remembered as a guy who just loved to hunt whitetails too much.
    But,Unfortunately...
    I see it is a real funny matter.
    Man,you wait till you go out in the woods with me jeffro.
    I am gonna put you in within 10 yards of a coyote hole.
    And yes,I am gonna have a rabbit in distress call wit me.WE will see who will be laughing,just wait.
    By the way,a international tractor pulls a truck out of a creek like a dream.

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    Default I should be able to call on my freinds for help and support

    I am the guy who got my 4x4 v8 all terrain truck not stuck,but wedged in the creek.
    I thought maybe that by telling my story to Jeffro that he would get my objective out of the story.
    It's all for the deerhunting man......
    If my truck rolled upside down and I was trapped and killed in it.
    I would have been remembered as a guy who just loved to hunt whitetails too much.
    But,Unfortunately...
    I see it is a real funny matter,and I hope you get that little truck of yours just buried man.You will remember me pal when you do.
    Man,you wait till you go out in the woods with me jeffro.
    By the way,a international tractor pulls a truck out of a creek like a dream.
    Last edited by glenny; 09-17-2004 at 11:55 PM.

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    sorry bout your luck.

    Just means your out havin' fun. Others just wish they could.

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