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Re: Removal of dozer from pond

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Pops1532

11-11-2012 07:00:23
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How about some pictures so we can get an idea of what he has to work with?

I wouldn't drain the pond.
Like someone said...use cables and several snatch blocks. The more times you run the cable through blocks at the anchor point and blocks on the machine, the easier the pull will be. You'll need something to anchor the snatch blocks to.
If you use the right rigging it won't be too bad. See if you can find a video or pics of how the Army pulls out stuck tanks.

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WayneB

11-11-2012 07:55:58
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 Re: Removal of dozer from pond in reply to Pops1532, 11-11-2012 07:00:23  
Should be as simple as a winch from a well spaded piece of equipment. Believe we can make some assumptions and lay out some facts.
Fact- Water has a mire factor of one, until you break the surface, and remains one if the cab or components don't hold water. Factor the take on weight at 8 lbs per gallon in hull. Factoid. Use a winch the @ weight of the disabled vehicle or stronger. That way the cable won't break. Whiplash cable is like a sword.
Mud to mid rollers is a mire factor one. @ 50K winch will do. Mud to top of tracks is mire factor two. (100K) use 2:1 snatch block back to winching vehicle. Mud up to turbo is mire three. (150K) Use two blocks. Most winches afford use of only one snatch block, because it requires too much cable, or you have to be too close to disabled vehicle. Also factor a 10% loss of winch strength for each snatch block used, due to friction.
Fact: Recovering by pulling backward saves up to 20%. Fact, if she runs, spinning the track will normall provide 50% weight reduction or more. Funny things: 1-Nothing makes recovery easier than draining the mire pit. 2-You are sometimes not as stuck as you think. 3-And after doing this for 30 years in the active army, anything can be recovered, if you are willing to used the right tools and take the needed time.

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