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post #1 of 2 Old 11-21-2012, 06:02 PM Thread Starter
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So I wanted to ask a couple questions. This weekend I was out hunting and I needed to get out of some mud. I locked the diff and then I put it into 4H. When I put it into 4H it made a hard shift, I was wondering if this is normal. It wasn't real bad. I don't remember my '04 doing this, but it had been a while since I had put that into 4H. The only reason I ask is because my brother, a Duramax guy, thought it shifted to hard so he had to say " Good thing its under warranty ". To me it seemed normal. My other question which is unrelated, has to do with the chrome package. I have a '12 F350 cc sb Lariat. I noticed a F350 Lariat on the road today that seemed to have the chrome package and had chrome exhaust tips. I had not thought much about mine until then. I have the chrome package, but I do not have chrome exhaust tips. I had read somewhere this was only an option on the King Ranch. I really don't care about having this, but if I paid for the chrome package and I should have this, Ford needs to put them on. I want to know if the Lariat with the chrome package should of came with the chrome exhaust tips? Thanks in advance.
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On the 4x4 shift, my 6.4 did it once too and my company Chev does it once in a while too. I don't think it's too bad but one would want to avoid t, it's just the 4x4 engaging while your starting to move or already moving. If it keeps doing it I would get it checked.

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