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Old 09-25-2013, 09:45 AM   #21
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Honestly 4 LOW wasn't going to do you any more good than 4 HI would have. 4 LOW is designed for pulling as it re gears to a very low gear to aid in this... IE pulling out tree stumps... 4 HI will engage the front axle and that's all you would have really needed...


Just saying... A lot of people don't really understand the difference... Sorry if you did/do and I said this anyways
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Old 09-25-2013, 09:55 AM   #22
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Honestly 4 LOW wasn't going to do you any more good than 4 HI would have. 4 LOW is designed for pulling as it re gears to a very low gear to aid in this... IE pulling out tree stumps... 4 HI will engage the front axle and that's all you would have really needed...


Just saying... A lot of people don't really understand the difference... Sorry if you did/do and I said this anyways
Yep, I do know better. I was driving on a soft wet lawn and didn't want to spin the tires. My logic was slower = more torque but more control. I have used it a few times getting the TT into tough spots.

That said, I have also been able to shift out of 4LO in park the last dozen times I used it. Just got a bit concerned when it decided to be a bit catchy right after it was worked on and right before a trip.

Now let's move along

Thanks to whoever fixed the title.

I fear this is becoming...
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