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Old 03-09-2005, 06:43 PM
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Max Speed in 4wd Hi

I cant find the info in the owners manual or on this site. I know I have seen it somewhere. What is the max recommended speed while in 4wd Hi? As in hard packed snow on the hiway (other than good common sense)

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Old 03-09-2005, 07:17 PM
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i am pretty sure you can drive as fast as you want. when ever people run there trucks at the drag strip they run them in 4 hi and run up to aroud 100mph
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There really isn't any problem running high speeds in four high, as long as the front drive shaft is well balanced there is really no differnce, there would be a little more heat in the transfer case, but as long as it was slick out you would be ok, I wouldn't be afraid to run any speed in four high, but usilly if I can drive 50mph+ I am in 2wd anyways.
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If the road is slick enough for four wheel drive, you can drive way faster in 4x4 than you will want to go.
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