Why you need to block both f'n wheels on hill.

 


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    Why you need to block both f'n wheels on hill.



    I was able to tow it out of the yard but I may have bent my axel.



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    yuhina

    Tropical member
    Wow... or you can make the fence a bit higher Don. LOL
    glad you pull it off : )
    #1 4-25-11 11:35am

    tythetier

    Fish Slayer
    I almost put on here 'hey, who stole Dons boat!!' Then I saw, it was yours...
    What the heck ya doing???
    #2 4-25-11 5:11pm

    East Fork
    I think the wind must have pushed it then maybe the block caught holding the port side tire stationary. The other side kept going and it swung into the yard. It ended up with the one wheel still in the driveway and the other a couple feet lower in the yard with the axel resting on the retaining wall. What a mess. I hope the axel isn't bent.
    #3 4-25-11 5:48pm

    tythetier

    Fish Slayer
    Ouch! Yeah, that would kinda suck. If you have access to a welder and it needs any welding done I could weld it up for ya.
    #4 4-25-11 10:29pm


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