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Keep it in 4lo, it's way easier on your transmission, especially if you don't have gears. Stay out of water, I know you said it's probably going to be dried up but in any event steer clear of water holes over 1ft or so deep. And don't go hauling butt through water holes, it's really not as cool as some people think it is. Make sure you have the proper equipment to get yourself out if you get stuck; such as a very heavy duty strap/rope (not one of those cheap little things you buy at an auto parts or home improvement store), and someone with a big truck to hook up to that strap/rope.
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~2000 F350: 6" Pro Comp lift, 17" Moto Metals, 34" Buckshots, 5" exhaust, DIY intake with AEM filter, 12k lb hydraulic winch, ranchhand front bumper, powdercoated flatbed, (2) 15"s in camo boxes w/ (2) 1000 watt amps, warn hubs, flatbed, and (3) 150 watt KCs.
~1996 F350 7.3: 11" lift, traction bars front and rear, 46" Claws, 4.56s, Banks Powerpack, straight piped exhaust, and (2) 10s.