Decent theory. But it isn’t always at the same angle. There are thousands of factors that play into it. Sure you could ramp it up a wall till it falls over, but that won’t feel the same as an off camber situation with your nose pointed up or down hill and how the suspension reacts in each different situation.Ash and I talk about dumping it just to find out where the danger zone is. We just need to be around someone with a winch to right us after.
Thats why my dog rides outside. He was in the cab with us when we flopped. Poor guy got broken glass all over him. I have never seen him move so fast. he was up and out the back window before i could even realize what had just happened. He didnt get hurt at all, but he was a bit shaken up after that, as was i.If you do flop it, make sure the dogs have the proper gear too!