There is a possibility that you or a tool linked to your tractor could get stuck in mud in a field even if you take precautions and operate your tractor safely. Take a number of safety precautions to avoid both equipment ᴅᴀᴍᴀɢᴇ and personal danger when this happens.
Lift the accompanying implement and, if it has one, engage the differential lock as soon as your tractor’s wheels begin to turn. Raising the tool, proceed through the wet area if it is manageable and you can do so without running the significant ʀɪsᴋ of getting your tractor stuck. Avoid stopping the tractor in a wet area. We must take more ground.
Stop the tractor, apply the differential lock if it has one, and lift the tool off the ground if you’re unsure whether you can pass through. Put the tractor in reverse after carefully engaging the clutch, then try to back out of the puddle with the throttle about one-fourth open. Stop if this doesn’t work. The tractor will sink further if the back wheels are turned more quickly.
Dig the muck from between the front and back wheels if you’ve tried to reverse and failed. Dig down far enough to enable you to continue backing out and picking up speed if you can get the tractor to move in reverse. As you carefully back out, place boards behind the wheels to provide a secure base. Hire a different tractor to get you out if none of these solutions work.
Let’s take a look at biggest tractors stuck in mud and how people rescue them in the video below:
Source: MNOGO TEHNIKI
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