Vehicle Recovery Using the Deadman Off-Road Earth Anchor

Vehicle Recovery Using the Deadman Off-Road Earth Anchor

44 thoughts on “Vehicle Recovery Using the Deadman Off-Road Earth Anchor

  1. Man: Takes 4 hours digging holes and burying stupid contraption
    Tides: Washes away man's brand new pickup truck to sea

  2. Do u recommend Yokohama geolander for all year some gravel and climbing?great video ,please answer back .i thank u for talkeing the time.

  3. Great Video. Quite informative & helpful indeed. I just don't have this bad ass looking Toyoda Tacoma. Watched it full btw. Thanks…

  4. Our fancy Technology seems to always revert back to basic, logical physics.  No big machines and computers.   Seems like Ancient Technology to me 🙂

  5. In Australia we don't drive in salt water. Also, save your money and just use the spare wheel as a ground anchor.

  6. I've seen this demoed 7 or 8 times, and it's always in the sand.
    I'll keep my "bulky" metal land anchor thanks. It's not much bulkier than the shovel he used to dig the hole and it folds up and mounts to my roll cage. And best of all, there's no digging required in case the tide is coming in, you don't have an hour to dig a hole, and your expensive vehicle is mildly important to you.

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