Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: Bremerton, WA.
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Re: Advantages to twin-stick?
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It had one stick for High/Neutral/Low range, and one for 2WD/4WD. That's the way it should
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That's the way the Scout D20 that I have operates, left stick gives me H,N,L the right stick gives me 2wd/4wd. Not sure if that is how it is suposed to be, but it is all new and rebuilt so I don't think any other changes have been made. I like being able to drive in 2 lo and if I can't make it over something I just slip the right lever forwards and get the front working, make the obstacle, pull it back and continue on. The other thing I like is tight trails I run in 2 lo to get better turning with a front locker.
Plus more shifters confuses people and looks better IMO.