Until 4wd stops working
:rof I think that makes me feel better.Until 4wd stops working
you can use 4x4 for more then snow. there is a thing called mud and sand. i use mine for more then just snow and iceAwesome! Guy from Florida commenting on four wheel drive!
As long as you don't drive on dry pavement for extended periods you will be fine. I've driven hundred and hundreds of miles in 4x4 in patchy snow and ice at highway speeds.
How long can you drive in 4wd? The wife took the truck to work today and it's snowing pretty good. How long can you drive in 4wd hi? I don't think it will hurt it just want to feel better about it!
Don't have the budget for 2 cummins... But a I think a 4runner or tacoma double cab is in her future.i think there is another more important question here
What's more important, the wife getting home safely or the truck?:confused013:
I'll trade the transfer case any day for my wife coming home safe and sound:thumbsup:
get her a 4wdr of her own, I did. she loves her Cummins
Good call! I think I might do that...except she loves her "ho" (Tahoe)Bought my wife a Subaru WRX. She's got the security of full time four wheel drive and I can drive zoomy if I want to.
I've been trying to convince mine that she would love a Toyota Hilux. Basically a diesel, right hand drive Forerunner imported from Japan for those of you who haven't seen one. She won't stop loving that damn Mazda 3 though!Don't have the budget for 2 cummins... But a I think a 4runner or tacoma double cab is in her future.
She loves her civic! Hella good gas milage!
Did you put your truck in neutral and coast down the hills too? How about shutting the truck off when at you're at stop lights?y all are missing something, anytime it is in 4wd the load on the rotating parts is increased= faster wear. i drove 200 miles one day in backroads va, and just kept switching from 2wd to 4wd when needed. u dont have to stop u know...
HAHAHAHA!!!!!Did you put your truck in neutral and coast down the hills too? How about shutting the truck off when at you're at stop lights?