There really is practically nothing going on to entertain us senior citizens in this small (60 site) park, so when something usual happens, it gathers an audience.
This 45 ft.older Prevost pulled into the park early one evening. We had rain that night. The next AM the driver tried to go across sites, rather than staying on the graveled roads, to leave the park. Both of its front wheels sunk into the soft earth. The rear wheels sunk a bit, too. A heavy duty tow truck was called, but the driver felt that his truck was too small to budge the heavy Prevost. His firm’s winching equipment was brought out on two trucks.
This crawler loader was backed off the a tow truck’s sloping ramp and the loading bucket was dropped off.
The crawler loader was brought to the side of a trailer and its attachment for the bucket was engaged with the bright yellow device.
Next the whole winch unit was brought to the back of the motor home and a chain (covered with red cloth) was connected between the back of the motorhome and a cable leading to a pulley on the yellow winch.
Power from the crawler loader was applied to the wheel at the top of the winch, and it gradually pulled back the heavy motorhome until its rear wheels moved to more solid ground, below.
The owner of the towing service told me that he designed and had built the winch attachment to the crawler. It worked very well.
The motorhome now can move under its own power. When the motorhome was stuck, the trim at the bottom of the front of the motorhome was almost touching the ground.
The front wheels sunk about 8 inches into the soft ground.
And the rear wheels went down a bit, too.