Originally Posted by trelos78
Bumps have been fine, even my driveway to garage sharp turn. As far as the open dif i guess i will find out soon enough. We might be getting some snow on Friday. I will drive it a bit and see how it handles worst case scenario I will pull over and put the fuse on.
If you do wind up having to pull over and put the fuse in, just leave your man card on the side of whatever road you stop on
In all seriousness though, it sounds like you'd be surprised at how well the non-ELSD GCs do in snow. Remember, they're 5,000+ pound vehicles with 2-speed transfer cases and pretty high-tech traction control systems. In fact, the only time I've been in serious snow in a WK2 was during the blizzard NY/NJ got back in December 2010. My wife's '11 V6 handled it like a champ.
Originally Posted by brwolfjr
I wonder if you can do the opposite. Raise it to or2 and pull the fuse.
You'd find that the ride would be much rougher in OR2 at high speeds since the airbags would be filled.
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