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Typical Trip to Scotts
10-16-2017, 10:08 AM
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Typical Trip to Scotts
Wish I had documented the entire crossing!

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Took us a few hours to get one load of rocks from the field to the 1st bridge spot.

Got the wheeler stuck 4 or 5 times with the trailer. Had to tow and winch it with the cherokee each time.

Then we got to the one crossing with the not-bridge .. FYI - all the logs are out of sight!. ATV and load of rocks got stuck.

No problem! Figured we could snatch block the wheeler forward from behind with the Cherokee. Was a good plan until we pulled the winch line out of the Cherokee. So we had a stuck jeep and wheeler with trailer.

45 minutes later we got the line back on the drum and started winching it across. Of course, once it was across it still couldn't pull itself out so we had to snatchblock it to a tree and back to itself so it could get pulled out.

It's always winch fest at scott's. Definitely the most fun work days.

2000 XJ Cherokee - 3.5'' lift / 32'' Tirerecapper Pizza Cutters / Front Locker
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10-16-2017, 07:09 PM
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RE: Typical Trip to Scotts
work weekend for me so I will be able to help for a while this Saturday if needed.
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