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Yep use the tools where they grow is what I always say LOL. They had made the cut across the top and below the door the lower body looked pretty much rotted out over the wheel wells so ripping it loose just required a good solid anchor point Trees are good for that.
If someone, while parking, pressed a bit too hard against the rear bumper (remember bumpers?) of one's VW bug, it would bend in until it blocked the cover of the engine compartment making it impossible to open. The usual fix was a rope loop through the bumper and around a utility pole, then whip that little 40+ HP engine and strain the bumper out to proper shape.
I did have one concerned older lady who worried very vocally that I was going to pull the pole down and cut off her electricity.
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I brought home a huge maple log that was 2’ across and 6.5’ long in the bed of my truck once. I wrapped a rope around the log several times and made a few passes around one of my oak trees that was about 1’ diameter and drove the truck out from under the log. The oak never even budged.
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