Re: 2WD low - hey, Geoff!
The reason I prefer to use 2-low is because it puts less strain through the drivetrain. I'm locked front and rear, and with big sticky Swampers aired to only 5 pounds, there's a lot of driveline windup when turning on grippy surfaces. It unnecessarily stresses components and also makes steering more difficult. Plus, if I can get through in 2wd, all the more I impress my passengers. [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
-- Geoff Beasley