- Apr 25, 2006
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Give me a break, just go pull the dumb things out. I'd do it myself if someone payed for fuel and a trailer for my rig. We can all sit around and laugh, but why waste good trucks? Yeah they made a mistake, but who hasn't? Someone with a good winch and a set of big tires ought to be able to extract them with little hassel.
Great plan except for a few small exceptions: a) It is illegal to drive off the maintained roadway. b) It is against the law to drive on the tundra. c) It is against the law to drive off the maintained roadway onto the tundra. In other words, don't add to the problem by getting more vehicles stuck.
You would need to walk in with a chainsaw winch, danforth anchor, rope, a dozen 2'x2' 3/4" plywood pieces, some 2"x10"s, hyd. jacks, shovels, and a sled to drag it all in with (Do not Drive anything out on the tundra w/o a permit from the DNR)
The other option is to airlift them out, which I think would cause the least amount of damage to the tundra and the most amount of damage to their wallet