Originally Posted by A51TACO
It doesnt matter if it is dry or wet. I usually only have it on during wet pavement but it it still locks up and skids on the pavement.
Yea.. as everyone has pointed out, NEVER use 4H or 4L on dry pavement. it is designed to be used ONLY on surfaces where you need it to maintain traction.
i lived in colorado for a while, a ways west of co springs, a place where the roads are covered in snow for more than half the year, and I really only used 4x4 when I was in fresh snow or when I got stuck. Not saying there werent times that I probably SHOULD have used it and didnt, but definitely dont over use it. its not like an all wheel drive car thats meant to be driven on all road surfaces like that.
Dont want to sound like a dick.. i hope i didnt.. just dont want you to mess up your truck.
PS. Enjoy CO. I cant wait to move back, this time to denver.