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A few weeks ago I warmed up the Z before bed time. I ran it out on my neighbors field about 250 yards. I had about 150 feet to stop before the creek, but that is not what happened. I applied the rear break, the front break, geared down, still sliding on the frosted grass. Drift wood, trees and the creek soon approached in my headlights. Still sliding too fast to attempt a turn in this bumpy hay field. I had to choose the 50 year old sycamore or the drift wood. Bamm I hit the drift wood and summer saulted into the crrek, landing wast deep in the 35 degree water on my feet no less.. My feet were freezing, not to mention other things had left the building so to say. One shoe floated next to me and the other was seen while peering up at my z400 about to slide in the creek.

It threw me about 20 feet and 10 feet down into the creek. I am happy to say I only had a cut on one heel and no damage to the Z400.
 
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