To the Moon Frank! - D11R Going Vertical

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To the Moon Frank! - D11R Going Vertical

Chop the throttle let it work for it spinning the tracks as little as ya can, it'll walk right up it as long as the ripper isn't hanging up much if that fails flip around climb it in reverse 1st gear chop the throttle and it'll walk straight up and down no problem (pull blade up as high as it can) you'll be surprised what a dozer will go up nice and slow vs trying to power through stuff. Make that motor work for it when ya chop that throttle you'll hear that trubo whistle'n away. Apply the same methods as well when it comes to snow/ice and rocks or anything slick I'd recommend reverse so if a track slips out keep the ripper close to the ground so you can sink it in like an anchor. Its a shity feeling when you lose control and are sliding down a steep grade backwards cause you were climbing up the hill in forward.

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