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Video: Left-foot Braking Technique

We did a video to accompany an article I wrote that will be coming out in the next issue of JPFreek Magazine. The article, of course, will go into more depth, but the video covers the basic advantages and how to's:

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Left foot braking rubicons with open diffs ay? The video was done nicely!

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me thinks that looks reeeeeal silly in a rubicon..
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Wait a minute........I was supposed to USE the brake when I rented that Jeep from you? Really???? Wow, that could have really kept those prickly pear needles out of my ass!

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Left foot braking rubicons with open diffs ay? The video was done nicely!
Ya, ya...I knew you guys would bust my chops--I should have photoshopped out the Rubicon stickers! We had to fake some of that because none of us had an open/open TJ handy. But, seriously, I use left-foot for crawling over rocks, even with my 5.38's, and if I hit a little wheel spin, I will left-foot briefly rather than turn the lockers on for just a second. We completely fabricated the footage of rollback on a hill climb--had to use 4H to get any rollback with the Rubi.

Interesting note: We had 2011's, 2010's, and 2009's out for this shoot, and the new TCS on the 2011's is noticeably better than 2010's and earlier.

You should see the outtakes!

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