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JOSHJA 431139 158 John Deere 7630 stuck either
John Deere 7630 stuck
I got the 7630 stuck on Sunday while harrowing a very very wet field.
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I had to chase part of the (cattle) heard through it to one of the pastures, and wanted to make sure the cattle followed a path instead of separating and getting stuck. My intention was to make a path from gate to gate running along the high-ground. Got partway then got the Deere stuck. Pulled it out with the Cat, and finished harrowing with it.
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I had originally planned on using the Cat for all of it, but was advised that I already had the 7630 going, that I might as well try it, that the big tires (710s) running at 10 psi might do the trick.
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Not that bad I know, but it was enough for the neighbor to grab his camera and come over. At least I know when to stop digging. Figured I might as post the pictures.

Last one I'll post.
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Josh A wrote:
I had originally planned on using the Cat for all of it

Might have been a better idea Josh lol
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All I will say is that you were an optimist driving in there in the first place Josh :-D

Regards,

TC ;-)
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you must always be optimistic. TC no point farming otherwise!!!
maybee it was the drivers fault...that deere should have pulled through that easily!!! LOL:-D
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HEHE
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It was buried very bad :-\ :-\ :-\
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It was buried very bad :-\ :-\ :-\
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It was buried very bad :-\ :-\ :-\
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It was buried very bad :-\ :-\ :-\
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It was buried very bad :-\ :-\ :-\
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nice pics;-)
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nice pics:-P
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Haha, all you needed was speed! That deere on those big tires should have easily plowed through!
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andy_D wrote:
you must always be optimistic. TC no point farming otherwise!!!
maybee it was the drivers fault...that deere should have pulled through that easily!!! LOL:-D


Sometimes I think people get themselves into these situations Andy, for the specific purpose of taking photos like these :-P
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Josh, with that kind of mud neither John Deere nor saint John Deere can take that tractor off. What a mess!! Now you have a good excuse to wash the tractor.
Take care.
Victor
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Rony wrote:
Josh A wrote:
I had originally planned on using the Cat for all of it

Might have been a better idea Josh lol


Lol well the problem was that I was in a rush, and didn't want to have to go take the Cat out of winter storage, and walk it over here when I already had the harrows on the Deere, and just wanted to get it done and over with. Of course, it naturally ended up taking 3 times as long!

Nyhof wrote:
Haha, all you needed was speed! That deere on those big tires should have easily plowed through!

Oh without a doubt, it was simply operator error.... Next time you're out this way I'll let you show me how it's done! ;-)

TasCowboy wrote:
andy_D wrote:
you must always be optimistic. TC no point farming otherwise!!!
maybee it was the drivers fault...that deere should have pulled through that easily!!! LOL:-D


Sometimes I think people get themselves into these situations Andy, for the specific purpose of taking photos like these :-P


Well I... umm.... I didn't really.... erm.... *looks around nervously*

Victor Guardia wrote:
Now you have a good excuse to wash the tractor.


Haha the problem is that I'd just washed it a couple weeks ago, and was hoping not to until I hook it up to go baling silage! :-[

(The car wash thread)
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