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    Talking 4 wheels

    Hy guys! I'm new here. I have a question: should I use the 4 wheels to drive in the city in the winter? I'm a girl and this "guys stuffs" make me confuse!:confused:

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    Hey welcome to jeepkings, my suggestion would be only to use it in slippery conditions in or out of the city, and not use it like a "full time all wheel drive". Oh and dont go over 80kmph at any time in 4x4 either.

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    Hello Mayhemic, thank you for your tip I still having to much to learn about this jeep, but one thing is sure: I'm in love with it!!!

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    What jeep do you have? Sounds like you are quite excited lol!

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    I have a Liberty 2005. When I decided to change my car I was not thinking about jeep now I can't think about other car! lol... and you, what jeep do you have?

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    Liberty's are nice, meet up with the brampton crew and i bet you will lift yours by spring hehe.


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    welcome. post up some pics of your jeep.
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    Hiya! Welcome to Jeepkings!

    In your Liberty, when you look at the transfer-case lever, does it say '2-hi, 4-hi, N, 4-low', or does it say '2-hi, 4wd part-time, 4wd full-time, N, 4-low'?

    If it's the second option, (known as 'Selec-Trac') you can drive it in 4wd full-time mode on dry/wet/rainy/slushy/etc... roads with no worries. The part-time 4wd mode is more for off-road situations. (Loose packed dirt, mud, etc...) If you have the first option, then it's exactly like Mayhem said.

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    ^ whut he said, for some reason i just figured u had a TJ

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    Yes, I have the first option, "2 hi, 4 hi, N, 4 low" . Wuau! too much information hhehehe... I think that I need to learn how to drive again! lol... Thanks guys for the tips, hope met you soon and learn more about this great machines! Have to go work now, b back tomorrow!! And about the pictures, I will put some soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mayheminc View Post
    Hey welcome to jeepkings, my suggestion would be only to use it in slippery conditions in or out of the city, and not use it like a "full time all wheel drive". Oh and dont go over 80kmph at any time in 4x4 either.

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    i didn't know you cannot drive over 80 km/hr on 4hi..... all i know is that you cannot shift to 4x4 and vice versa over 80 km/hr. i drive about 100 km/hr in snowy highway

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    You have a chain driven tcase when in 4wd, it will not handle 100kmph for any sustained periods of time. in 2wd the chain does not spin....and going 100kmph on a snowy highway would be deemed unsafe by most people, especially if you have to be in 4wd to doso.

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    Brazil - Your Jeep has the Command-Trac, which is a part-time system. I had it in my 1994 XJ, and it's a great system. (BTW - The transfer-case is a NVG-231, which has some of the best aftermarket support you can get!) In the slippery stuff, it's fine, but when you see a dry patch of road coming up, I usually slapped it back into 2wd. When there was a greasy section, I always reduced speed, and then pulled it back into 4wd.

    It's a bit of a learning curve, but you can do it. Even if you slip up and leave it in 4wd on a straight dry section, it shouldn't be a problem. The only time it can be bad to leave it in 4wd on dry pavement, is turning corners.


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    welcome aboard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mayheminc View Post
    You have a chain driven tcase when in 4wd, it will not handle 100kmph for any sustained periods of time. in 2wd the chain does not spin....and going 100kmph on a snowy highway would be deemed unsafe by most people, especially if you have to be in 4wd to doso.
    thanks for the info... i don't drive my jeep on a snowy highway i feel it is not safe. i feel safer to use my rice rocket with snow tires.

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    I didn't know about drive over 80 km/hr using the 4 wheels, when Mayhem told me that I was trying to figure out why not. And 100 km/hr on a snowny Hwy is crazy man! I never go over 70 on slippery conditions! Drive in a snow conditions is pretty new to me but with this Jeep I feel more safe. And like Jphoenix said, 4 wheels in the snow its really make the difference but lets wait next summer and try it on dry patch.

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    welcome
    Do you mean there are people that drive under a 100kph?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tank View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by thing1 View Post
    welcome
    Do you mean there are people that drive under a 100kph?
    Yes, me! specially if road is snowy or slippery.

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