|05-24-2010 01:31 PM|
My U-joint and the yoke on my T-case basicly shattered when I regained traction. And it ain't fun driving home in 2wdin 2feet of snow on the turnpike
|05-24-2010 01:18 PM|
I love it to, last year was my first winter w/a 4x4... Hav'nt needed 4 low yet, but Im sure there will be a time and a place for it! For pulling and pushing fords, we just need 4 high. Now if the ford was in 3 feet of mud, then ok, use 4 low.
|05-24-2010 01:08 PM|
|05-24-2010 01:05 PM|
|s_man692000||In 4 low w/ your Jeep and pulling a big ol' Ford ......man must have felt like victory ........|
|05-23-2010 09:31 PM|
|jpdocdave||he has seen the light|
|05-23-2010 09:27 PM|
Just be careful with 4lo. In the snow or off-road, if you get those tires cranking and you suddenly gain traction, your buying a new axle or driveshaft
easy on that gas pedal with 4lo
|05-23-2010 09:13 PM|
|drivebytruckerz||4 Low in a Jeep is pretty stout. You almost feel like it's a mule you could walk beside while it works..|
|05-23-2010 09:11 PM|
So today for the first time i had my jeep in 4Low to pul my dads truck UP our driveway.... it is a 1966 ford f-250 4x4.. BIG TRUCK!!!.. as soon as i let out on the clutch, it hooked and went right up the drive way pretty much like it wasn't even behind it... I LOVED THE FEELING OF HAVING A 4x4!!!. my jeep is my first 4x4!! and i love it!