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Old 25 Dec 2009, 01:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well any one using it much in this weather that we having and what you think of it???? Have mine normally set to open diff but was going up a fairly steep hill here yesterday like 45degrees and it was like an ice skating ring said Id test to see if I could make it loss traction on the back wheels when it was set to open as wanted to see how far Id get out of it then just set it to lock and dialled it up to last orange and the 4wheels got traction as power 50/50 and its crazy the difference it makes felt I could pull a train up behind me
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Old 25 Dec 2009, 12:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I use it quite often , when its wet i move it forward 1 or 2 & it seems to plant the car better to the road. In the snow i full lock it & dont have any probs with grip
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