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    Quote Originally Posted by rick130 View Post
    Mine only failed to proceed once that I recall through the spade terminal on the IP solenoid being corroded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 67hardtop View Post
    Sure it stalled? Or did it break down as they seem to do with stunning regularitySnatch strap rules - defender driver should know better Snatch strap rules - defender driver should know better Snatch strap rules - defender driver should know better Snatch strap rules - defender driver should know better Snatch strap rules - defender driver should know better
    Well it could have been much worse. It could have inexplicably rolled onto its roof with instantaneous combustion.
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    Definitely Suby drivers fault.
    Can be seen spinning wheels madly prior to the actual snatch, so almost certainly he's bogged himself even deeper than otherwise would have.
    The Defer then lurches at the point where the Suby breaks free of the deeper bog he got himself into.
    Maybe it stalled maybe not, but driver would have felt the increased strain at that point anyhow.
    Suby probably still hard on the power, where he needed have been until it was too late .. too much speed .. bang!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick130 View Post
    Cruel!

    Mine only failed to proceed once that I recall through the spade terminal on the IP solenoid being corroded.

    It had some major, major 'issues' at times but otherwise never actually stopped.


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    The vehicle reversing is normally always at fault
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