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by starspangled6.0 on Mar 01 2012, 3:37am
We had a nice snow storm last night. While we were plowing one customer's driveway, one of his neighbors asked for help, since they got their Saturn stuck in their driveway . I unfurled my tow strap for the first time this season, and yanked it free. The scary thing was, the car was right next to some power apparatus, and they told me if we ran it over, it would knock out power for the whole block. Check out how close we came:
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Soli Deo Gloria
by starspangled6.0 on Mar 01 2012, 3:52am
Yeah, I was bummed that I wasn't able to flex the muscles though. Honestly, I barely felt the Saturn at all on the end of the strap.
Soli Deo Gloria
by ArcticWarrior on Mar 01 2012, 6:09am
NICE!!! Last week I had to pull an F250(4x4) out of a snow filled ditch that he buried himself in. I kick myself now cause I should have video taped it!
by GMCFanatic2010 on Mar 01 2012, 6:37am
Great Video this is the stuff i enjoy doing as well, and Nice Rig! Wish i had video'd my old jeep video pulling out a stuck hummer that happened to be a salesman showing off the H2's "offroad" capability. He was NOT happy and im sure he lost his sale when I rolled up with my 79 jeep and out did his hummer hands down in front of his clients and paid only 1/10th the cost for my rig!
by koolz71 on Mar 01 2012, 9:24am
hey jon whats wrong with a saturn..Id hook up to you any day with my 99 saturn SL1..its like freaking 90hp and hates trucks lol jk lol..good job breaking a sweat
Crap, my hampster fell off the wheel and it broke its leg.
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by starspangled6.0 on Mar 01 2012, 8:19pm
Studded tires and chains are for people who can't drive ! No one uses them around here. I've got some nice Michelin tires on my truck, and they do great in the snow. I can usually plow in 2WD, unless it's hilly, or when the snow is really heavy and wet.
Soli Deo Gloria
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