FarmPhoto.com - Photos 4 farmers.
T3RRA Cutta
Thread #93006 / / Total number of messages: 7 / Thread View Count: 719 / Add thread to favorites:
FArmer2 93006 158 Stuck Deutz either
Stuck Deutz
Stuck Deutz!!!! not good it´s me the were driven this
tractor here!!! "Bad Ideer" :-\
0,0,0
Re: Stuck Deutz
one pic more
0,0,0
Re: Stuck Deutz
I have been surprised by a wet hole in the ground or got
stuck in snow many times, but did you try to tilt out the
bucket as far as you could, lift the front of the tractor
with the loader out of the hole, and back up in reverse with
diff. lock, while you tilt in the bucket, so the bucket hold
the frontwheels above the hole, and pushes the tractor
backwards. This have helped me out of holes many times. ;-)
0,0,0
Re: Stuck Deutz
If you press the frontloader with the bucket on the ground
and lift the front up than you could turn the wheels and
then you can get out quite easy i think. Are don't you have
doubble working cilinders on it??

If have attached a picture with my tractor on it when I got
stuck on a wet place. It was not easy to get it out:-(
0,0,0
Re: Stuck Deutz
Sander .. Looks like you are really stuck on the picture.
Not easy with the tank attached to the tractor and wet
ground all over. You said that Farmer could lift the front
and just turn the wheels, but thats no good when it's so
wet. He have to get help from the tilt on the bucket as I
said above, so the bucket push the tractor backwards. Don't
looks like he tried that, because I can't see that the
bucket have been digging in the ground.
0,0,0
Re: Stuck Deutz
Yes I think that's then the best way to get out.
I got out by emptying the tank and then another tractor
attached to the front and pulling in the direction of where
the picture was taken. So the frontwheels got out and then I
had enough traction to get out.
Greetings
0,0,0
Re: Stuck Deutz
thats right I have not used the loader but we used it to
came from the hole!!! :-)
0,0,0
Loading Message List
[You must sign in to add photos or messages to this thread]
.
Please Note: FarmPhoto.com does not claim ownership of the photos posted here.
Contact individual posters for permission before using any of the photos.
0.088sec