So the neighbor and I are working together on our adjoining logging roads for winter fire wood. I ran down the logging road and at the first turn around, on the far end of the left turn radius in 4L I misjudged the bank, goosed it to hard and slammed the right front up against the bank (flush). I shook it off, proceeded back up the logging road and finished dragging the logs up to the top.
The next day I got up, had the morning coffee and the right front was about half flat. I fired up the compressor and added air, put the water hose to it and watched it slow leak due to dirt deep in the rim for about 4". I took it down to my buddy that has a full service garage and we took tire tools out and removed the debris, once we added air we checked for leaks with a hose, this sealed it up. It could have been real bad if I had not hit flush.
LESSON for me:
The 4 low turning arc should not have "hurry" in the mix. Thought I'd share my blunder. R...