Well, I was out on the back ,40 working with the box blade clearing some vines saplings and stumps.....I had just made a run pushing some junk backwards and lifted my blade and went forward.....all of a sudden a stump root came up through the floorboard, jammed in between the throttle peddle, and away we go......brake wouldn't work, so being the quick thinker I am, I just shut off the engine. I got off, pulled the stump loose and surveyed the damage. nothing major, just a piece of floorboard about 6x6 or so.....I might be able to fit it back in and mend it if I take the shroud for the console off, it appears to wrap around and cover that part of the floorboard. there doesn't seem to be any problem other than that.
guess it thought it was taller although that's the second time I got something wedged into the throttle pedal. guess I have to be a little more careful