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    I got a tractor stuck almost as bad once blush Very embarrassing blush
    Took 3 others to pull it out
    Another bloke that didn't like me told me to put some hay in a paddock he knew I wasn't familiar with. Turned out there was a monumental bog hole in the middle. Boy was I mad The boss wasn't too impressed either Tractors got banned from that paddock after that.
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    I once bogged the ute badly so I radioed for my dad to come and pull me out in our other 4WD ute, so then he bogged it really badly. So we walked back to the house and got the Land cruiser and tried to pull out the 4WD ute, we bogged the land crusier badly rigt down on it's chasis.

    So we radioed our neighbour who picked us up on his Quad bike and drove as home so we could pick up the tractor and a chain ready for some serious pulling action, well we tried to pull out the bloody ute and the tractor got bogged really bad, so we thought, ok, enuf is enuf...but our neighbour reconned his massive John Deer tractor could pull us out, so he went and got that and bogged it even worse then our tractor most sane people would stop there...but no... we had one more trator on a vineyard not far away that was worth shitloads of dough and was really big and high off the ground and would have no trouble pulling out a measly little ute...well the mud turned to quicksand very quickly and the tractor got bogged!

    So now we have 3 large tractors, 2 utes and a Land cruiser all bogged in the paddock.

    They had to stay there for 3 weeks until the ground dried out and then we had to borrow another neighbours tractor to pull them all out
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    Ahhh the stupidity!

    oh yeah if you havn't guessed, I used to live way out west wink
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    n b j:
    I once bogged the ute badly so I radioed for my dad to come and pull me out in our other 4WD ute, so then he bogged it really badly. So we walked back to the house and got the Land cruiser and tried to pull out the 4WD ute, we bogged the land crusier badly rigt down on it's chasis.

    So we radioed our neighbour who picked us up on his Quad bike and drove as home so we could pick up the tractor and a chain ready for some serious pulling action, well we tried to pull out the bloody ute and the tractor got bogged really bad, so we thought, ok, enuf is enuf...but our neighbour reconned his massive John Deer tractor could pull us out, so he went and got that and bogged it even worse then our tractor most sane people would stop there...but no... we had one more trator on a vineyard not far away that was worth shitloads of dough and was really big and high off the ground and would have no trouble pulling out a measly little ute...well the mud turned to quicksand very quickly and the tractor got bogged!

    So now we have 3 large tractors, 2 utes and a Land cruiser all bogged in the paddock.

    They had to stay there for 3 weeks until the ground dried out and then we had to borrow another neighbours tractor to pull them all out
    mallet
    Ahhh the stupidity!

    oh yeah if you havn't guessed, I used to live way out west wink
    My Uncle in WA did exactly that too! Only it a ute, 2 landcruisers, 2 tractors and a harvester. Eventually, he got the local council to bring a bulldozer out which got everything out no trouble!!
    Those paddocks get mighty squishy in the rain....

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    hahaha that be a funny story..

    you dont have any pics do you? lol

    oh yeah if you havn't guessed, I used to live way out west
    I grew up on the coast.. it was quite funny to see a regular amount of turists camping with there suzzike serieas or whatever.. park it a bit close to the waters edge.. awake in the morning to see there rent-a-car burried to the doors in sand.. lol

    ohwe laughed.. and laughed.. and luaghed.. then drank soem beer.. pulled out the deck chairs.. and watched the snow for the rest of the afternoon.. lol

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    I was working in a paddock once on a mechanical transplanter (we put out over 20,000 brussel sprout seedlings that day), and it was raining all day. The HIlix couldn't get out without the tractor towing it, but my 403 got out under its own power They all said it would never get out.
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