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How to run F250 in 4x4
This is a total n00b question, I know. But this is my first 4x4 and I'm kinda curious on what I should and should not do when it comes to the 4x4.
So I've figured out that 4H on dry pavement and tight turns is bad. Some googling to figure out why that is and I"m realizing I better start asking some questions before I break something.
I have an 2007 F250, manual hubs. I got the hubs thing down, that's easy enough but I have questions about how I get into 4H and 4L properly.
Obviously if I'm stopped, its easy enough, but can I keep the hubs locked (when I'm going to expect to need 4H in the near future) and shift in/out of 4H on the fly? Or do I need to stop moving first, be in nuetral or anything else?
What about 4L? I know its a full stop to get into that one, but do I need to be in neutral, drive or park in order to properly get into 4L?