Yes, when you make a YouTube video. There are at least 3 or 4 shows on
TV based on this sort of thing. On one I watched some seemingly
incredible goings on happened, but they showed how it was all staged.
Hey, hold my beer . . .
I don't get Stormy shit but I will comment about the tow truck.
The ones I used had PTO units. So if one was to use the cables or hydraulics
it had be running in neutral. We had line locks which locked up the front
brakes and rears were set and chocked.
Same in fire trucks; gotta get power from somewhere. In pump training school
there was always someone forgetting to disengage the transmission and if not
chocked would start moving. A big indication of this was when the engine
throttle moved away from your hand to bring the pump up to pressure.
firstname.lastname@example.org posted for all of us...
When I was doing it the TT were stick and the line locks didn't use the
rears. I don't recall the line locks being on the rears on the auto trucks
so park and brakes were good. Long time ago...
This car should have been flat bedded. It probably had AWD and I bet
something was screaming, but then again, I could be wrong.
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