Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: New Martinsville, West Virginia
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If you already have your hubs locked in, it shouldn't matter what speed you shift, as long as the front wheels and rear wheels are going the same speed, as in, not spinning the rears, fronts sitting still, or going slower. If going slow, (5 to 10 MPH) I will even shift into/out of low range, slowly. Grinds a little, but that's where the 'slowly' part comes in, 'ease it in' to let the gears mesh. If in high range, just going into or out of 4x4, neutral shouldn't matter, but to each his own. But I ALWAYS shift the trans to neutral when going in and out of low range.
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