like jack up truck and put blocks under the tires?
Yep a couple 4×8 about 20 feet long should do it
But you should only need to jack the truck up on the one side but as hard as she hit its very likely she popped the tire of the beed so after she will probably need a tire guy
But unless you fix the drive shaft it not moving on its own
dang so thats a project to get it out, need a tire guy to replace the tire and need a semi truck jack and someone who's knows what there doing and not a 74 year old women at the wheel。 would they need to get the tire off before or after they got the truck down?
If you don't care about a little body damage you could just hook on and pull it backwards and aslong as the wheels were properly turned you could probably get it to come out were it went it as there is nothing really vital to there except maybe a wire to run lights but I doubt both tires would be piped so your probably fine to let it down
Or rent a concert saw for $50 and cut the pole down
make since, sounds like yea i doubt my work would want to cut down the poll but im not sure what there going to do, probably would cost a lot due to insurance, i have no idea if they care about body damage since I'm not the renter thank God for whoever's out there. do you know anything about what it would do to the insurance
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haha i wish that would work
that was that the question of the night, i work at and arby's connected to a pilot station (truck stop) someone in the drive through pointed it out to me and we all went out to look at it since it was a really slow night but i have no idea how she managed to do that
Easy you take the corner to sharp you can see were the pole hit and broke into the side then it went further down obviously she hit well in the finishing a shift or the drive shaft wouldn't have broken