I've done that once (the wheelie part). Talk about a "funny" feeling. You also don't have to be a noob to do it. Mine was at real slow speed. When you get to the top you have to think about it for a minute before you continue on. I was lucky enough to set the front end down also. It's an eye opener as to what could have happened. You just need the right circumstances (very steep hill) and get great unexpected traction (dry, rough rock surface) all of a sudden. I've also thought about adding a pull-down winch. If you wheel enough, it could happen to you.
$20 thats an auto, seriously...
With a clutch just tap the clutch peddle and the front comes down nice and easy
In an auto you hope you can shift into neutral but with the drive line wound up its not always very easy to do.
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