Verified FBN Member (IN)

How should I get this out of the field?? Oh, and it’s on a hill.

How should I get this out of the field?? Oh, and it’s on a hill.
Verified FBN Member (ND)

Piece by piece. Call up the manufactor and get there help.

Verified FBN Member (NE)

Drain off the remaining product. Then start cutting it up. I would expect GVM to care about getting one of their catastrophic failed machines out of the field in short order.

Verified FBN Member (NJ)

The things we deal with in order to try and make a living. Call insurance I had a similar situation with a combine.

Verified FBN Member (OK)

Been there, done that...100% no lie. Fold the booms forward until it flips back into place and ease it back to the barn. Weld it up and fish-plate all the big frame pieces. Don’t forget to paint the welds!

Verified FBN Member (IN)

I had it welded and plated last year but the plates broke. There was a lot of collateral damage. Took the booms off, separated the two halves and used a large excavator to load it onto a trailer. Still waiting on insurance to decide if they are paying for the whole machine or just the damage caused by the broken frame.

Verified FBN Member (IN)

Make the insurance total it.

Verified FBN Member (KS)

Use skid steer to hold it up have some one drive both

Verified FBN Member (AL)

Holy shit ******

Verified FBN Member (IA)

Looks like farming is easy. Anyone can do it!!! Lol

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