Not really, just one that works would have been enough.or a 12k winch pulling you
Not really, just one that works would have been enough.
In the end it was a single line 9.5 that got him out. Problem was the angle of pull, it was so steep that effectively we were trying to pull him through the bank. Not that he was actually embedded. But when I snapped my front rope, obviously I just started sliding back down the hill toward him.
The 60 has the unfortunate fact that the springs are under the axle and each time it tried it was ploughing trenches with its springs! Dont forget it is the grandad there!! With out a 60 there wouldnt be an 80!That's a great collection of pics and vids Steve, I love the bit of big Chris showing them just how to get up a muddy hill,
I enjoyed meeting some old and some new faces even though I was only there for the afternoon/evening, I can't wait to be back there with my proppa 80 (the red one) Thanks to Tony and team for all the organisation which made it another great meeting of Land Cruiser nutters. We had an excellent turn out this time, I can't remember when I last saw so many Land Cruisers together.
Thanks also to Ryan for the 'illuminating' demonstration of his LED lights.