Even if you take care and drive your tractor properly, there is still a chance that you or an attached tool could become mired in mud in a field. Take a number of safety precautions to avoid both equipment ᴅᴀᴍᴀɢᴇ and personal danger when this happens.
As soon as your tractor’s wheels start to turn, lift the accompanying implement and, if it has one, engage the differential lock. If the wet area is manageable and you can pass through it while elevating the tool without running the ʀɪsᴋ of getting your tractor stuck, do so. Avoid halting the tractor in the damp region. We need to gain more ground.
If you’re unsure whether you can get through, stop the tractor, engage the differential lock if it has one and elevate the tool off the ground. Next, slowly engage the clutch while putting the tractor in reverse, then try to back out of the puddle with the throttle about one-fourth open. If this doesn’t work, stop. If the back wheels are spun faster, the tractor will sink even deeper.
If you’ve tried to back out and failed, dig the mud from between the front and back wheels. If you can get the tractor moving in reverse, dig deep enough to allow you to keep backing out and gaining speed. Place boards behind the wheels to provide a stable base while you back out gently. If none of these works, hire a different tractor to get you out.
Let’s watch Massey Ferguson Tractor Stuck In Deep Mud And Pulled Out By A JCB Excavator in the video below:
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