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I bought a come along for this, i was looking at the 4k lb and 8k lb, 4k lb will be just fine I thought. Damnit

 

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It may not dead pull you out, but put a lot of tension on it then try to move in the direction. It may be just enough to do the trick.
 
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It may not dead pull you out, but put a lot of tension on it then try to move in the direction. It may be just enough to do the trick.
Only anchor we have is the hard way
 

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Can you wedge your spare somewhere? If it’s a little too far, you can use a tow strap or rope to make it reach.
 

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I'm a newbie sitting on the edge of my seat hoping for a positive outcome. Little overwhelmed you have help from folks with real experience on this forum willing to help. This is an amazing place.

Pulling for you here in Texas. Good luck, brother
 


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I bought a come along for this, i was looking at the 4k lb and 8k lb, 4k lb will be just fine I thought. Damnit
Can you send a pic to help orient/troubleshoot?
 
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nothing to put under the tires except dead branches. No anchors to pull the thing sideways. No shovel. No answer from local FB group with a few thousand members.

jacked up each tire twice

Called an uber. 45 mins ride home, get the truck, 45min ride back.

Dented front bumper, interior is totally caked in dirt, car has 300 miles on it

was having so much fun and was just exited and going home
 

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Sounds like this would be a late tip, but when I engage my lockers most times I need to roll a little distance before they actually lock. Not far at all, but need movement in the diffs to get the lockers engaged. If your scenario keeping it in 4 lo and giving a little gas to get them to engage.

Also, welcome to the party. Sounds like a bad night but give it some time and you'll think back to this experience and chuckle a bit.
 

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Without seeing a wider angle of the whole situation it's kind of hard to tell what's going on besides being high centered. Give us pics from all angles if it's possible. I'm with the people saying wedge the spare tire somewhere. If you can get it under a tire and your lockers are engaged (assuming you got them engaged? I didn't see an update on that), it doesn't look so high centered that climbing the spare tire wouldn't be able to walk you out of it.
 


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Uber to get a vehicle to put a strap on is probably the way.

But...

Are you high centered? Or cross-axled?
 

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Uber to get a vehicle to put a strap on is probably the way.

But...

Are you high centered? Or cross-axled?
It looks high centered but it’s hard to tell from the picture. OP keep us posted please.
 
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Are there some rocks or something there thay you can put in front of one or both of the rear tires so that you can get the back end to climb?

If not, maybe you can lay your spare in front of one of them. Once the rear climbs, the clearance under the frame should allow the Jeep to move forward and off that ledge.

If it wont climb the spare, let some air out of it.
 

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If it wont climb the spare, let some air out of it.
If you have a ratchet strap or some rope, you can even go completely MacGyver and literally tie the rear tire to the spare to force it to pull the spare under the tire for the first quarter turn or so.

Obviously, this is an old-skool-of-hard-knocks technique, to be undertaken with considerable caution.
 

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🍺 had one? If so and have relaxed— bumper + lift and tires to increase break over, winch, anchors and tools, could be an expensive experience. Have another 🍺. I’ll have one for you, Cheers 😊

 

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