when do i use four wheel drive low gear?

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  • when do i use four wheel drive low gear?


Answer #1 | 09/02 2014 14:44
almost never
Answer #2 | 08/02 2014 09:55
when you're stuck off road or in a snow bank or something
Answer #3 | 08/02 2014 13:53
Perfect for pulling heavy boats up slippery boat launch ramps, other than that, probably never.
Answer #4 | 08/02 2014 09:55
Answer #5 | 08/02 2014 09:59
Low gear is for slow speeds & more torque. You may use it for pulling a trailer up a steep grade from a start. If you have a high, low, & 2 wheel option, use the high before you get stuck.
Answer #6 | 08/02 2014 10:31
Honestly, very seldom! Four wheel low is meant for pulling heavy loads off road or getting out of a deep mud or snow. Try it out in your driveway with no load someday. The truck will be traveling so slow you will not believe it. Wish you had listed the year make and model of your truck. Most manuals in the glove compartment will advise shifting from four wheel low to two wheel high or four wheel high while sitting still them backing up a few feet before going forward.
Answer #7 | 08/02 2014 10:28
This is a crawler gear used for low speeds where heavy haulage may be needed such as towing. Otherwise used for low speed travel up or down steep inclines with heVy loads or to keep speeds low as when on icy or slippery surfaces thus reducing risk of loss of traction.

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