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Old 07-21-2013, 11:09 AM   #29
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I am still trying to figure how the OP got his foot UNDER the brake pedal to begin with

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Old 07-23-2013, 12:05 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by spritz View Post
happened yesterday while putting the toad on the KarKattySS my left foot got stuck under the break pedal while accelerating to get up and over the last hump and over the front of the KarKatty went the toad (99 deville) crushed the lower part of the bumper and bent the break line on the dolly and punctured it, just missing the oil pan and the radiator on the caddie. It took me, my partner and a neighbor 3 hours to jack it up (he just bought a new 3 ton floor jack) let the air out of the tires on the KarKatty and my F150 lower the car back on the Katkatty. So the toad is back in the garage and I have to go get the break line fixed.
Some days I wished I still worked.

I think thats why they taught us to use the left foot for both

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Old 07-24-2013, 09:44 AM   #32
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I am still trying to figure how the OP got his foot UNDER the brake pedal to begin with
Me too!!! (just kidding) after the 3rd attempt with the help of my better half I had the door open a little leaning alittle out the door to see if I was straight on the ramps and my foot slipped on the floor mat and under the break petal as I was giving the gas I didn't realize it was under the break petal until I needed to hit the breaks with my right foot and the rest is history.

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