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Old 10-10-2007
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Haven't joined this club but i want to just pull a Hummer H2 or H1 out. You know those "awesome" offroaders. If i do i want one of those H2/H1 Recovery team stickers. I kinda want one now lol.
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Ranger, Wrangler, Ram 1500 & F150 seem to come to mind.

Kinda proud the little 3.0 2wd ranger could do some of that
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Zabeard, ford escort, geo recovery team
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Nissian frontier, f150 crewcab (took over an hour), My work truck dodge 1 ton with trailer,and Aarons truck over and over

Duuuude I don't even know what "stuck" means. 35s son, unstoppable.
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Chevy 1500 4-door which explains the big ****ing dent in my front bumper!
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Jeep :D

my winch has 3 of them on its record haha
oh, a mazda who was high centered on his diff, a CRV who thought it could go mudding, besides that not much..
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Haven't joined this club but i want to just pull a Hummer H2 or H1 out. You know those "awesome" offroaders. If i do i want one of those H2/H1 Recovery team stickers. I kinda want one now lol.
once a 7500-8000lb? truck gets STUCK.. that would be interesting.. but i wanna see it
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I have recovered a 96 Taco and a 80's Land Rover. Oh and my friends 2wd Rangers countless times.
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well lets see, wranglers, cherokee's, couple s10 blazers, couple s10's and a ford torino at the summer nats a few years back.
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I pulled some old Dodge ram charger out a big hole and a couple other things. In my samurai I pulled out 4 wheelers and a big *** offroad forklift! lol
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Well, I have a 2wd Ramger and a winch that I can use front or rear and have pulled myself and a few 4wd full size trucks out many times.
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Too many Jeeps to count, B2, PSD.
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85 crew cab 1 ton 2wd chevy (454), 77 1/2 ton chevy, ford focus, and the F150 I just sold.
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Chevy Colarodo/Jeep Rubicon/Ford Bronco/Ford Ranger Recovery Team.
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Ford Ranger, F-150, Super Duty, Ferrara Fire truck (stuck in the snow), Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Liberty, Ford Excersion, Ford Explorer......<--all been pulled by the Ranger...i have a lot of friends that get drunk and decide to wheel/play in a field in the middle of the night...
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I forgot, I'm part of the forklift recovery team, haha high centered it when the boss wasn't there one day. That was a [email protected]#%h to get out.
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K5 Blazer , Chevy 2500 supercrew 4x4 , my truck , 71 F100 , Yukon , thats it
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A 4X4 tacoma, 4x4 landrover, 4x4 trooper, 2wd f150, 2wd exploder, a couple cars, a 240 and myself.
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I haven't recovered anyone with the Ranger, but my old Dodge Shadow pulled out many snow ditched cars. Kinda funny now that think about it. I did more pulling with my old car then with my truck.
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nissan pathfinder (haha ironic) that was stuck in a pile of manure (no lie), a dixie chopper stuck in a ditch, and a jeep wrangler buried in mud.
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4x4 cherokee, 4x4 wrangler, 2 4x4 explorers, 2wd explorer, 2wd s10, 4x4 s10, k5, 2wd dakota, 4x4 ranger.
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A bronco.... Many times... A few Rangers, three or so Jeeps, and an H2.
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With the Ranger... '95 4x4 F150, early '90s Pontiac, '80 something 4x2 1500 Chevy, lifted '98 1500 4x4 Chevy, and a late '90s Wrangler half way in a water filled ditch on a sloppy mud road.

I'm ready for bigger and better things to come once the F150 gets it's lift, tires, and lockers...
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tahoe this past January stuck on ice in Albuquerque...

my own truck (my old 2wd 93), driving friends 250 because he was too chicken to push me off a barrel cactus my rear diff was high centered on.

almost got to do a crew cab chevy 2500, but had no tow straps plus a dodge 2500 with chains pulled up.

rescued by:

Friend's 250 after taking BFG ATs through MT territory
150 when I was waiting on my SL DS to arrive....was out road cruising for snake, had a mnt lion jump out in front of me, I swerved and ended up in a ditch just barely high center on my rear diff and front crossmember (still had tire contact, just needed my 4x4).
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my dads 04 f-150, and a work truck-77 f-350 dully with a 5000 pound chiper and countless trees lol
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