Tow411 Posted October 4, 2020 Share Posted October 4, 2020 Topic Originally Created on Tow411 by Jeff98970 in February of 2008: Fire hydrant was in the way so we couldn't close the box on the ground. wstowing11 said: Very nice recovery ! BigWheelRecovery said: We always close the dumps up first to me it make it allot safer and so you don't damage the piston if it is not already, damaged I'm not say its a bad job at all I'm just saying what works best for us . thanks for posting hay nice tater .thanks Eric nullstowing said: Very nice job, from reading the description you did not have much choice then to set it up the way you did. How bout some more pictures of the tator. Wrecking Ronnie said: That is a tuff call, drag it back to close the box or upright it like you did. Looks to me like you made the right call. Great recovery. Ron Veurink K&R Towing, Holland, MI. Rotator60 said: Nice solution to the fire hydrant problem...Great recovery pics...Thanks for sharing.. Allenstowing said: when you retracted the cylinder did it go down on its own, or did you use the boom to push it down? perfectly preformed job. Canadiantowman said: nice job WheelLiftWarrior said: Nice work thanks for the pics In Memory of Scooby who said: in case you didn't read the explanation before the pics...here it is again "Fire hydrant was in the way so we couldn't close the box on the ground." Martin Ganley said: as long as you have enough boom height to do it then why not,and from what I see boom heigth is not a problem for you...gotta love NRC BigWheelRecovery said: Scooby, my fault didn't read the directions as usual, nice job no awesome job thanks eric Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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