The process took me and a friend three hours, 10 cinder blocks, 2 ten foot 2x10s, 6 four foot 2x4's, 1 sheet of plywood, 2 ratchet straps, two 20 ton bottle jacks and one 3 ton floor jack.
Unfortunately, there are only a couple of pictures and no video.
we jacked up both ends of the bus, probably a foot and a half.
The ground was so soft that the front sank to the axle also.
the rear axel i strapped to the frame before jacking the front i did not.
Most of the cinder blocks were broken and placed under the wheels.
The bus would not come out by itself, so we gave it a good yank with the 4runner in 4Low with the auto set to 2nd.
I am surprised how "easy" this was.... I mean, the dam drive shaft was at ground height!
Me driving the bus
jacking the bus
side view before jacking the front.
THE MIGHTY TOY!