Turning Archive 2004

Subject:
Seemed like a good idea *PIC*

steve antonucci
>at the time.

I was kidding around with Jay and his dad as they forklifted this huge chestnut oak crotch into the back of my S10. The initial reaction from my buddy of nearly 10 years was... "Unngh!"

The springs flattened out until Jay nudged it all the way up. I figure I got 4" back after the push. Driving home and parking was uneventful.

The circus began when I tried to move this beast. I pushed and pulled with everything I could think of (6' steel wrecking bar), and it barely budges. There very little leverage, and I'm almost ready to drive backwards down the driveway and slam on the brakes. (Seems a little bit risky.)

Anyone else got a better plan?

Steve

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