D7E 48A uprights a D7G that slid off a wet trailer
Added for clarification for those that have not read the reply to SSnyderTrucking:
Operator OK.He was on it, ROPS worked. Towed into field to let fluids settle overnight. Helping friend of mine upright his dozer. No apparent damage. Rain shower came up while he was working, finished job, he loaded on trailer with wet planking, then dozer slid off after parked on flat deck. Combination of wet wood and some mud in tracks.
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