Its not my 80, but a complete strangers.
He had been speeding across Stockton beach, having never been there before, and got too close to the edge of a dune.
After agreeing to help him provided he and his friends followed instruction and did the digging, some thinking on how to recover him safely, three hours later we got him free.
yeah, Unko84, coz I'm a cool headed type person, after watching part 2, i still have a laugh at the rear of the 80, 3" lift and 35's hanging like a lowrider, i suppose with and extra 4 cubic metres of water in there, the springs might sag a bitman, you keeped your kool that day. all we got for the effort was a slab of VB. hehe
Not a photo of mine.
but a good example of why you don't use a tow ball as a recovery point.
I was traveling down Old Chum Creek track in my GU Patrol with 33" tires and 4" lift with a friend following in his Stock Triton and after I got through some deep ruts he tried to do the same.
This is how he went.....