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For when your left boot is slippery

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4 hours ago, B MACK said:

I'm sure everyone has slipped off the clutch pedal when boots are wet. muddy or however slippery. Sometimes just jerk ahead and kill the engine or, like I did once up in the woods after hooking up to my log trailer, slipped off pedal are snapped the input shaft in front rear end. (SQHD's)..   The company I work for has 2 dump trucks with "nonslip" clutch pedals.

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that will also stop ya from drivin bare foot

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Had 1 of them in my last truck; I swapped it out for standard pedal; with my boots being wet; that pedal was like ice 

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Now you need a shovel to clean it out.

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9 hours ago, B MACK said:

I'm sure everyone has slipped off the clutch pedal when boots are wet. muddy or however slippery. Sometimes just jerk ahead and kill the engine or, like I did once up in the woods after hooking up to my log trailer, slipped off pedal are snapped the input shaft in front rear end. (SQHD's)..   The company I work for has 2 dump trucks with "nonslip" clutch pedals.

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Last 2 RDs I drove had them good idea but hard on the sole of the boots.

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