Originally Posted by TJC.geotech
You do not want to be in 4 Wheel anything at the limits of adhesion. It makes things allot more complicated if you get into a skid.
...and being in 4WD WILL help to keep you from getting into the skid in the first place. I would much rather have 4 points of contact powering me out of a skid than just the rear two.
2014 Sport CC 4X4 Hemi; 5'7" Box; Leather; Remote Start and Security, Premium, and Convenience Groups; 3.92 LSD; Performance Hood; Air Susp.; Trailer Brake Controller; Class IV Receiver; ParkSense; 8.4AN NAV Radio; Spray-In Bedliner; Wheel to Wheel Side Steps.
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