Unsticking My Zero Turn with a Cool Trick

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  • Published on:  Sunday, August 5, 2018
  • In this episode, we use a cool trick to get the zero turn out of the mud. I hope you like it.
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  • 600rr07 SJ
    600rr07 SJ  6 hours ago

    you should have just used the 4x4 to put long ways like the rebar

    • chud327
      chud327  6 hours ago

      That would work too and thanks for watching.

  • Nicolai Friis
    Nicolai Friis  11 hours ago +1

    U could have just toad it out

    • chud327
      chud327  6 hours ago +1

      If I had a 4X4 I could have... Thanks for watching.

  • smokysantana
    smokysantana  17 hours ago

    He intentionally drove it in to the mud so he could make a YouTube video. No other reason.

    • chud327
      chud327  9 hours ago

      Lie and how would you know? I was taking gas to another mower. However, if you watch the most recent one, I was pretty sure it was going to get stuck. Even still, I was mowing and not just making a video. Thanks for watching.

  • oShane Kasper
    oShane Kasper  yesterday +1

    No need to show us it was really stuck, its a zero turn, and if it thinks the ground is wet it will spin. Love zero turns but hate how easy they are to get stuck. Very cool video.

    • chud327
      chud327  9 hours ago

      Mine was almost useless until I got the atv tires on it. Thanks so much for watching.

  • syby1112
    syby1112  yesterday +1

    My small John Deere has no bearings on the axle shaft, I was really surprised at that . But welded it to make it a locker anyway which virtually stopped it from getting stuck.

    • chud327
      chud327  yesterday

      locker does wonders! My zero turn is locked when you push both handles at the same time... Thanks for watching.

  • kodiak wild
    kodiak wild  2 days ago

    😂

  • Dakota Cooper
    Dakota Cooper  2 days ago

    Just buy an exmark, you got quad tires on a craftsman 😂🤙🏼

    • chud327
      chud327  2 days ago

      I have been buying what ever I can find a deal on on craigslist, exmark may be next. Thanks for watching.

  • BJ Parker
    BJ Parker  2 days ago +1

    Put ya some idlers behind the wheels then mount tracks on it .Looks like ya might need if ya get more rain. GOD BLESS

    • BJ Parker
      BJ Parker  2 days ago +1

      chud327 np

    • chud327
      chud327  2 days ago

      We have had enough or rain already! I want to build a zero turn with track some day, maybe when this deck wears / rust out. God Bless and thanks for watching.

  • Kolby Broome
    Kolby Broome  2 days ago +1

    Why not just pull with a truck

    • chud327
      chud327  2 days ago

      My truck is a 2 wheel street machine. That would have been yet another stuck video. Thanks for watching.

  • Robert Hill
    Robert Hill  2 days ago +1

    When you find yurself in a hole STOP DIGGEN

    • chud327
      chud327  2 days ago

      Good tip and I did. I think the kids were trying to get it out and they bottomed it out. Believe me, mud 101, I know when to stop spinning. thanks for watching.

  • scottiethehottie9

    Take 1 get a tow strap & a jeep , mower out mission done . No take 2 or 3 just sayin

    • chud327
      chud327  2 days ago

      I tried to get a Jeep a few months ago, but they are super expensive. Not that I wanted one, but even rusted out, blown up Jeeps were too high. If I keep looking, that may be a great solution for some day in my future. Thanks for watching.

  • gonzo outthere
    gonzo outthere  3 days ago +1

    That was pretty cool, Im thinking if it was me and three of my friends we would have just lifted my mower out of the mud and gone and had a beer, interesting solution though

    • chud327
      chud327  2 days ago

      The other guys were my sons and their mowers were out of gas, steering messed up, and a belt off. Thanks for the reply.

    • gonzo outthere
      gonzo outthere  2 days ago +1

      my bad I thought you knew the other guys that got stuck out there, good job getting your mower out

    • chud327
      chud327  2 days ago

      I guess I don't have 3 friends living here with me and I don't drink so I would have been out of luck on that one, but thanks so much for watching.

  • GladesGrown85
    GladesGrown85  3 days ago

    You couldve just picked that thing up and gotten it unstuck faster than having to do all that lol

    • chud327
      chud327  2 days ago

      I am too old and weak to just pick it up and carry it out, no matter how many people suggest it. Thanks for watching.

  • chris walker
    chris walker  3 days ago +1

    Why not walk the field first then you wouldn't have gotten into that mess in the first place. Not bad idea but just saying

    • chud327
      chud327  3 days ago

      I had already been there with the other 3 mowers and no problem. However, I had a passenger on the front of my mower, which is probably why it got stuck in the first place. Thanks for watching.

  • dheadhunter413
    dheadhunter413  3 days ago +1

    If your gonna be four wheeling with your mower you should prob invest in a winch 🧐 and I will happen again

    • chud327
      chud327  3 days ago +1

      it happened again today, this time on purpose. I have a winch, but it supposed to go on a different mower. Thanks for watching.

  • Bob Smithereens
    Bob Smithereens  3 days ago

    The one time I got my zero turn stuck I used my 4 wheeler and pulled it out.

    • chud327
      chud327  3 days ago

      If I did that, I wouldn't have to mow all summer. Seems we get rain every other day around here... Thanks for the reply.

    • Bob Smithereens
      Bob Smithereens  3 days ago

      Doom on you. I learned the hard way to not mow until I get at least 3 days of dry weather.

    • chud327
      chud327  3 days ago

      Well, I traded my 4 wheeler for a Camaro so that is not going to work... Thanks for watching.

  • oliver mansfield
    oliver mansfield  3 days ago

    You should retitle this, how to make a mess of your yard!!

    • chud327
      chud327  3 days ago

      That would be click bait, this happened way out in the field. thanks for watching.

  • TY MURRAY THE INSULATOR MAN

    That is a insulator holder for powerline is that piece of metal that looks like a u

    • chud327
      chud327  3 days ago

      If you say so, I am not sure what it is or even where it came from. Thanks for watching.

  • michael garrido
    michael garrido  3 days ago

    My truck pull it out in the time it takes to hook it up

    • chud327
      chud327  3 days ago

      Gotcha, but my truck is just a 2 wheel drive. I did get it stuck again today in the ditch near the yard and the truck was used to get it out. thanks for watching.

    • michael garrido
      michael garrido  3 days ago

      chud327 kinda implied where’s y’alls truck ?
      I know you ain’t driving your zero turn to the store lol

    • chud327
      chud327  3 days ago

      But where was your truck when I needed it? Thanks for watching.

  • Jeffrey Rooks
    Jeffrey Rooks  3 days ago +1

    I just used a 2x4 for leverage to lift out of the holes, repeat til I can get traction. or a chain and a four wheeler.

    • chud327
      chud327  3 days ago

      That would work too, thanks for watching.