FOUND 3 SUNKEN TRUCKS in River at Boat Ramp (Stolen?)


– If you want to see us get a
truck out of the river today!
I think you picked a good day to watch one of our videos. – Oh Jared, what is wrong with you? Yeah. (laughs) (truck rumbles)
(funky music) – Now I know what you’re thinkin’. Jared, how do you go about finding, like all these cars in the river? It first starts with
finding the most sketchiest abandoned boat ramps that you can find. Like this one here with
an old gate that’s locked. Overlooking the entire Columbia River. And you have good buddies like Nate there. So Nate’s actually already
scouted out this location. He’s identified two vehicles in the river I think they’re both trucks today. Two trucks right? – Two Trucks. – [Jared] What kind of trucks
are they, do you think? – One’s a Dodge, I think a 1992. – [Jared] And then what’s
the other truck, a ’70s? – It’s an old ’80s Toyota. (truck rumbling) (engine revs) – We might be stuck. (engine revs) All right, so what’s the lesson today? Probably don’t follow Nate. – Matt? – Yes sir? – I think I’m stuck! – No, never. – [Jared] The other issue we have is are we gonna be able to
get a tow truck down here? – I think the river level’s up three feet. That guard rail was well out
of the water last weekend. – [Jared] Did you see how the
flooding over in Pendleton? – Yes.
This might be the reason why. – Yeah, probably. – [Jared] Oh boy. – It’s all the way at the end there. – [Jared] Oh, the trucks
are all down there? – That’s where the ramp is, yeah. This is only just a few inches deep. And the tide’s goin’ out.
– All right! – But I mean, the tide
effect is only a foot or two. – [Jared] We still have to get
the tow truck through that. I decided to go right instead of left. I’m like, oh, I’ll take the high side. I’ve been watching like this
four by four off-road show. – Yeah. – My idea didn’t work. (engines revving) – That’s the difference
between all wheel drive and four wheel drive. (laughing) (van rumbling) – [Jared] It’s like straight out here? – Yeah, right there. It’ll be 35 feet today. – Okay. So far we’re battin’ a thousand. We have not, not gotten a vehicle. I’m gonna jump in real quick. Check out the two trucks. All right, check, check, check. All right, we got audio. (breathing) So what I’m looking for today, Nate said drop down about 35 feet. He said it’s gonna level out. And then we should run into
two of the trucks today. And then if I’m lucky, we’re gonna find a honey hole down here. ‘Cause I ran into a long time boating guy. Oh look, a pair of sunglasses. (breathes) Ran into an old timer from the area. (breathes) and he said that he thinks there’s about a dozen vehicles down here. (breathes) Oh, oh, I got a front
bumper or something here. (breathes) Oh, that’s like a whole truck sideways. Oh, we are not gettin’ that one out! But look at this, it’s buried. (breathes) That one’s not going out at all. That’s about all you can see of it. Is just that part of the… (water bubbling)
(breathes) It’s not much of it. Almost think its part of an
old Jeep Willy or something. (water bubbling)
(breathes) Oh, what is this one? What do we got here? Okay there’s a Dodge. (breathes) I don’t know if this is the Dodge that Nate was talking about. He said it was on its wheels. (breathes) That’s like a ’70s Dodge, though. He said there was a ’92 Dodge in here. (breathes) Well he rubbed it. I mean, you can see a diver was down here. Oh, there’s a lot of mud in here, too. Lot of silt. Oh, actually not too bad. (breathes) We will need all four
bags on this one though. Okay now this is the, this is the Toyota that he was mentioning. (breathes) Okay yeah, this is the Toyota. That one’s gonna be harder to get out. It’s really buried on this
side, but we’ll do it. We’ll get it. (breathes) – Nate, I found your trucks. – Did you? – What year did you say that Dodge is? – I think its a ’92. – We have a Dodge truck that’s
facing towards the ramp. This side of it over here
is where that Toyota is at. It’s a small Toyota pickup. So we’re already being latched on. So that way it doesn’t
float down the river here. All right, don’t let us down Nate! – I found another one. – [Jared] Wow, what is it? – Chevy. – [Jared] Are you hooked on it? – Yeah. – Oh! (laughs) – Its upside down. – Let’s go get ourselves a Chevy, Blake. – Sweet.
(Jared chuckles) – [Jared] Alright, check, check. Let’s go find this thing. (water bubbling)
(breathes) All right, it’s wrapped
around a piling there. We’ll undo that one. (breathes) All right, here we go. Should be an easy pick. Oh, he’s right, and it’s a Chevy! We’ll go to that tire there. I’ll go to this tire here. (water bubbling) (breathes) All right, that I’m happy with. You know I don’t think
that everybody realizes just how fun and exciting
this is in real life. I mean like, we came out today, we thought we were
gettin’ a Dodge or Toyota, and we end up with a Chevy. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! There’s another car right here, too! Look at this! There’s a car right next to it! What’s this one? (water bubbling) Woo, yeah! We found four cars today, so far. What is this one? Oh, it’s beautiful! It looks like a Buick Regal. (breathes) Leave a comment down below, what you guys think this one is. Could be a Cadillac, an old Cadillac. (breathes) Nobody in the drivers
seat, that’s good news. (breathes) Oh, so crazy, the things we run into. Oh, oh, what is this? Oh, I’m up underneath the truck right now. (laughs) (breathes) I’m under the bed of
that other truck, okay. (breathes) Working our way back out. Let’s follow this rope up. Right next to, the bed of the pickup is on top of another car! – How deep is it? – I didn’t even look on this one. I’m guessing it’s the same
as the other one, 30– – It’s four fathoms. – Huh?
– About four fathoms. Four fathoms.
– So that’s 60 feet. – I don’t know what that is. – A fathom’s 15, isn’t it? – What?
– Isn’t a fathom 15 feet? – No, six feet.
– Is it six feet? – You boat guys. – [Matt] I don’t deal in fathoms, so– – No, only real mariners do. – Exactly. (laughs) – I’ve decided to use
fathoms once in a while just to be obnoxious. (water bubbling) – [Jared] I don’t know why, but the current feels like
it’s getting stronger. (breathes) Let’s get this thing going. All right, we’re clear! Turn that puppy on. That bag is full. All right, I’m heading back up. (breathes) – [Nate] So what we have, is
we have a bunch of pilings that’s kind of in line with the truck and the Toyota. I think we’ve got the winch line over ’em now, so we
should be okay on that. The other issue I’ve got
right now is I’m down to 500. I could throw another tank on, But Nate’s got a fresh
tank, so we’re gonna turn him over to the rest of ’em. I’ll play ground support
for him right now. How’s she looking, Nate? – I got three bags on it, two are full. – [Jared] But its not lifting it up yet? – No. – [Jared] Now for those that don’t know, the reason why we use aluminum 80’s, one is right about 30 feet,
they’ll fill two bags. As well as, once they’re empty, the tanks actually float. So that why we use aluminums. (dramatic music) The current feels like it picked up? – [Blake] It did. – [Nate] It’s gonna need another bag. We’ll put one on the trailer hitch. – [Jared] Anytime you drive your vehicle into the river you always suit up, right? – I always suit up.
(Jared chuckles) Safety first.
– It looks good. – You know what, they don’t
call me Safety Nate for nothin’. – [Jared] I don’t think
anybody calls you Safety Nate. – Exactly. (mechanical whirring) – (laughing) Woo! – Nate has, on the end of his winch line, he has a eye-hook. You can take it around to the back, on the right hand side,
to the back bumper. – Spin it around?
– Spin it around. – God damn! – Oh, Jared, what is wrong with you? – [Jared] Hey Brandyn, what’s up? – Were you born in a barn? – All I have is the can-do attitude! Did you bring yours with you today? – So what are we doing here? (Jared laughs) Because it’s on that side. – Of, the guard rail.
– There’s the boat ramp! (Nate shouts)
– Don’t you see the boat ramp? So what you’re gonna
do, through the mud bog, around the fire pits, towards this Jeep. Easy enough.
– Oh, okay, all right. I am sitting in that truck. That is all I am doing!
(Jared laughs) – You wanna sit on a life jacket? I could loan you a life jacket. – Don’t tell Max right now, all right? Max will see this later on. Max, thanks for letting Brandyn come out. And if you guys don’t know who Max is, or Elite Towing, this
your first time here, Elite Towing comes out,
they donate their time and their services. I don’t know why they let me talk ’em into doing into
doing something like this. But Brandyn is still young. He’s 25.
– Yep. Susceptible to peer pressure. – No, oh no. (laughs)
– Oh yeah. He’s got this. – Hey, you know what? If anything, insurance
claim, I’ll get a new truck. – Oh, well, let’s sink
the truck then. (laughs) – There we go. (laughing) And I forgot to mention the discount code that Elite has for like, special
adventurous purpose people up here in the Portland metro area. If you need a tow for any reason, use the discount code on the screen, YOUTUBE, as well as this phone number, number and they will give
you an additional 10% off. (truck rumbling) – [Brandyn] Yeah! (honking horn) (truck rumbing) – [Jared] Hey Nate, I wanna
talk to you back here. – What’s up? – [Jared] Just wanna have a
little chat with you, back here. – Okay. Oh, oh yeah, no big deal. – [Jared] What do you mean no big deal? He just totally destroyed your goggles! That ain’t much of a mask anymore. – Yeah, yeah, I go through ’em. No big deal.
– Oh. David Mack, a viewer and a gear sponsor. And if you wanna become a gear sponsor, or get some of these videos ahead of time, before everybody else on YouTube– – I need a new mask. – Yeah, and maybe we’ll raise some money for Nate for a new mask.
(Nate laughs) Click the join button on YouTube, and you can become a channel sponsor. Get videos early, you can
help sponsor some air, or sponsor new gear, like a new mask. And this the famous David Mack. – Hi. – [Jared] We just got
done talking about you. Hey thank you, sir–
– No worries, man. – [Jared] So much for a being a supporter of everything that we do. – This is good stuff, man. Let’s get that crap out of the river. – What we have right now, is we have the front of the truck
is actually right here, with the three bags. We have the one bag on
the very back of it. And we’re spinning it around to give us a little bit more leverage to get it up the ramp a little bit more So that way Brandyn has
a better angle of it. All right, I think Nate’s
got it as close as he can. What’s your game plan? – I’m just gonna sit right here and let you guys work the controls. (mechanical whirring) (water sloshing) – We wanna give a big shout-out to today’s episode sponsor, Dive Right In Scuba, where you can get full-face masks like the OTS Guardian. They’ve got Spectrums,
other masks as well. Doesn’t matter what you need in the way of diving
equipment, they have it. They even have the Paralenz Dive Camera. They have lights, whatever it is. They’re supporting us as we’re out here getting trucks and cleaning
up the environment. So do me a favor, click on the link in the description and go support them. – We’re gonna try to
pull this thing as far out of the water as we can. And as close as to the road as possible. So he can have a straight shot to pull it up onto his truck. – Some of you have said in the past, like why are you pulling these vehicles out of the river? Well, the thing is, is after
another 10, 15, 20, 30 years, anything that’s left in these vehicles, the oil, the gas, is eventually going to entirely seep out. So we’re doing more good by pulling out, spilling just a couple of the drops, Rather than gallons of this going in the environment later on. – I got another snatch block. (mechanical whirring) (intense music) – Oh no. – [Jared] You know, if
you watch our channel for any amount of time, David, you know that there’s always a body in the vehicle when we find it. We always find a crawdad or a fish! – [David] Oh, yeah,
yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. – [Jared} Yeah, every Time! Look at that, today’s no different. You know, the thing is on this one, Got a little tire iron, so we can at least see if there’s anything in the glove box. Nothing in the glove box. You know one of the other
things I like to do, after I pull one of these out, I always like to check the air filter to make sure that the individual takes care of his truck properly. – If that was a K&N, you could wash it and put
it right back in a new car. – Oh yeah! (laughs)
(Nate laughs) (mechanical whirring) (intense music) – Whoa, we’re gonna need a
few more pads, aren’t we? – That wraps up another episode. If you’ve not already done so, make sure to hit that subscribe button. Turn on the little bell notification. That way you get an
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100 thoughts on “FOUND 3 SUNKEN TRUCKS in River at Boat Ramp (Stolen?)

  1. Why is no one else commenting on how handsome Brandyn is? On any videos he’s in, which is pretty much all of them. I know I’m not the only one thinking it, just gonna be the one to say it I guess. 🤷🏼‍♀️
    Other then that I’m still amazed by the bravery of going to that location with not only personal vehicles but also the big tow truck, no way I’d do it, too big of a scaredy-cat.

  2. Just wondering if you have ever tried to air up the car tires under water. Would love to see if that would even work. If you try it please be careful. Love your videos

  3. Great respect to all these guys for doing what they do! Always the good, hard working, RESPONSIBLE people picking up after the shit heads in the world, and there seems to be a great many of them. I may not dig vehicles out of rivers, but rather, tires, TV sets, mattresses, bags of trash, baby diapers, (the most disgusting) and even a xerox machine and fax machine.

  4. Why does that truck looks so beat up. Or did they do that before dumping it?
    I wish your videos were longer! Good job. Guys

  5. Buddy I love watching every second and U have some Big 🏀🏀 getting in the River while it is Up. I live in Kentucky and the Ohio River is WAY UP Now and Running Super FAST the under current is Very Swift. B Safe🙏Brother… Thank U for EVERYTHING🤜🤛YOU and your Friends do🙌

  6. That one was really trucked up, man. Per chance you'll be pulling the others any time soon? Cheers!

  7. I wonder how many other vehicles are in the general vicinity of those that you found right there? Anyway, I love what you guys do! I can't understand why anyone would give a thumbs down to this, unless that was their car lol.

  8. That Dodge is a '92, + or – , the last old body style before the '94 new body changeover.

  9. When will people learn cars dosent float unless is a VW beetle with some work done 😂😂

  10. Super underwater audio
    First time in my life I could actually understand what you were saying underwater

  11. To anyone who asks WHY their pulling these vehicles out of the river, please smash your brainless skull against a very hard surface right now.Yours Truly The rest of society

  12. Its totally insane how many vehicles are in the water around boat ramps…..
    Love watching the channel….

  13. That old car looks like a mid late 80s Pontiac parisienne or chevy impala or caprice

  14. Tow truck still make money by taking those care at junk yard 300 bucks I think if same everywhere

  15. I still don't get why so many vehicles are in this river. It's just crazy. Thank you all for getting that junk out of there. I love your videos. I always stop whatever I'm doing when I see your recommends to watch you guys. Great video once again. I look forward to watching you get the rest of them out of there. I'm still amazed that there is no snow there. We are buried up to our butts in snow here in CO.

  16. How did you manage to keep your white baseball cap so clean that day?? It's spotless!!

  17. How long did it take you guys to learn how to do this? Thank you so much for everything you are doing. I would love to learn how to do what y’all do, but I am sure y’all have years of experience. You are making a difference in this world. 🙏🏻

  18. Should see about people donating some drive over pads for the recovery stuff. I’m sure some Portland area construction companies would love to get in on this

  19. Judging from what I saw of the interior, that was an '86 to '93 S10. They used two different gauge clusters – one from '86 to '89, and the other from '90 to '93. If the gauges were visible, I might have been better able to determine the year. Also, it looked like it had stock baseline 4X4 wheels on it.

  20. A+++ to that tow company & their donated services!
    Awesome that the owner himself was there & agreeing / okay with the use of his stuff in those conditions.
    A++++ love the driver trying to avoid getting wet/dirty haha.

  21. Thats what a 1992 dodge looks like. The 2nd gen body's came out in 94. The dodge you seen is a 1st gen

  22. Brilliant as usual.
    Been anxiously waiting for the next instalment.
    Hi from Australia.

    Can you please say how long each car removal took at the end of the video.

  23. ok for one it says not to block gate and you are blocking the gate 🙂 jk have a good day 🙂

  24. Kudos to Elite towing! What a wretched place to pull a vehicle! And they did it for free!

  25. i wonder if anyone recognise it's their trucks/cars etc after watching this and you guys pull them out of the water…great work!!!

  26. I am sure any vehicle recovered with a readable VIN would be able to be recovered with time and labor on the tow. Likely the insurance company that held the policy at time of loss would be 'on the hook' for recovery and storage fees. Excellent work guys!!!!!!!!!

  27. Jared, you need to get with your editor. He edited out the part where you (falsely) said that I said you could not get a car out here. The reason that you were talking about me and my "alleged" famousness. For the record, I said (after walking about halfway down) "I don't see where you're going to be able to get a car out of the river here." Seeing as how the end of the ramp is under water. Also, in my defense, Brandyn's reaction was much the same as mine at first. Fortunately, everyone involved did actually bring their "Can Do" attitude with them and, there is one less vehicle in the Columbia River now.

  28. Chevy impala or classic caprice early 90s dodge d150 late 80s early 90s s10 80 some yota

  29. The first car appeared to be a '78 Chevy Caprice. The S10 with that molding on the sides, is a '90-'93.

  30. Best stuff, evar! Looking forward to getting the other two out!
    I'm thinking I might have to get an FJ – or a cool tow truck like Elite towing has … hmmm …

  31. Chevy caprice wagon that’s what I think it is thanks for sharing buddy keep up the great work and videos 😎😎👍🏻👍🏻

  32. I can't even comment on the fathom one. 😆😂 What a hoot. Glad to see you're contending with cooler water, Jared👍

  33. Check the first stage of your lift reg. Looked like it was blowing air. Fun stuff brother.

  34. If thatz a boat ramp road it should be more better preserved , no wonder y vechicles in the lake ….

  35. Another great job boys, Jared does you wife know what you do with her car?

  36. Talking so much , Only one truck was pulled out , title said there was 3 trucks …

  37. I just CANT BELIEVE how many vehicles are in that river ! It must be the insurance claim capital of North America ! Lol. Did you find any boat motors ?

  38. If you ever head to the dry side of the state, Owyhee reservoir at the second boat ramp might have some interesting stuff. When it got low enough the ramps were closed a few years back, my brother and I pulled a boat motor out of the water at the end of that second one. Don't dive at the first ramp, there is an underwater outlet for a canal.

  39. Sorry i missed it! That ramp really went bad over the years.Looking forward to next time.

  40. you guys got to make friends/sponsors with someone who has one of those monster barges with a crane on it. float down to a place like this, crane all 4 of them out at once, motor on to an easier access boat ramp for Elite.

    Maybe break out the underwater vacuum or pressure washer to dig out or clean out the mud on the really buriedugly ones.

    Do you guys ever make plans to just float down the river a bit on the bags in case the ramp's too sketchy for Elite?

  41. I wonder if some older guys are watching this and reminiscing about stealing these and dumping them in the river.

  42. Nuclear waste is leaking into the Columbia River, from giant storage containers near Hartford, sad

  43. Do all these vehicles cause navigation issues for boats? I mean jeez, that's a lot of cars.

  44. Let me get that straight… a Ford ,,SUV" couldn't get through but a full size tow truck did? 😀
    Great content as always!

  45. Есть толмач с бусурманского? Как там машина оказалась и зачем ее доставали?

  46. That's a late 80's or early 90's Chevy S-10 crew cab.

  47. I'm glad you had a few seconds of drone footage of the rollback making it through the mud bog. I was sure he wasn't getting out of there! Well done guys. More videos later of the others down there?

  48. Lol, using Fathoms is almost as "obnoxious" as using Leagues and knots?

  49. The grill on that "extra" car looks like Cadillac to me. When you bring that Toyota up, just throw some fresh gas & oil in it. It'll run.

  50. Damn. That truck was in there awhile. Those Uniroyal Tiger Paws are from the late 80's and early 1990's. The Dodge down there is a 92-93. I can tell by the grille.

  51. Another great recovery video. For a minute there I thought you might need a helicopter to get that one out after the current took it down stream. Can't wait to see the next one.

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