My 16 Tundra kills the gas when the brake is applied.
Combo of brake and gas is invaluable when rock crawling.
On my early bronco's it was much easier to control technical situations by easing off of the brake while giving some throttle than just using the skinny pedal.
If an one age group is more susceptible, "elderly" is my preferred. I don't consider myself elderly yet, but I can see it from here.
When I had chemo a few years ago the guy that sat in the chair next to me was 30 years younger and had 3 little kids. He died shortly after and I an still...
I haven't hauled out a whole, or even quartered animal in over 20 years.
After finding the deer, (elk, antelope, etc), I skin the upper side of the animal as it lays, I then bone out just the meat putting it in bags. Roll the animal over and do the other side. It takes about a half hour more...
When the 5th Gen Mustangs first came out the local dealers were all about 2K over MSRP.
I had a Ford fleet account for the half dozen or so trucks I bought each year. I asked them if they could order me a new mustang on the fleet account and they said that they didn't think so. I told them to...
Interesting comments on what NOT to do.
I have owned several half cabs and love them.....
Just not sure why because they don't make much sense
Everyone should go to the Easter Jeep Safari once in their life, but once was enough for me, what a zoo.
The Bronco Safari http://www.broncosafari.com/WP/ is a natural. Don't know what days are for 2021 but it is usually about the same time each year.
Had a buddy swerve to miss a deer and rolled in a field. The roll over didn't hurt him, but the tool box, handyman, and elk antlers darn near killed him.
By the way......don't grab the roll bar as you go over.