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Old 05-07-2013, 07:47 PM   #1126
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Originally Posted by 8gv View Post
I have found that type of extraction to be more easily done by pulling the bike sideways. I start by pulling the front up and then lay it on its side. Then a 90* turn gets it on top of the goo. After that I drag the back end towards shore.

Sometimes it takes a few cycles but it beats trying to go forward or backward.

Thanks for the tip. That sounds like a much easier way. I just used brute force to get it out. It worked... But left me sore, and doing that way is an easy way to pull my back.
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