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4 High Vs 4 Low explained in real time 4WD for beginners. I have explained how to use 4 high Vs 4 low in real time 4WD , and which gear you should select while driving 4WD tracks and crossing rivers.
4WD high range Vs 4WD low range, they are two very different gear ratios that you have available while driving off road.
If you’re driving along a dirt road, it’s recommended that you select 4 high for maximum traction around the gravel corners and at the times when you will be travelling at speeds above 40 kph.
Driving up steep tracks or down steep dirt 4WD tracks is when you should engage 4 low. This same low range gearing is recommended while driving across rivers.
Selecting either 1st gear or 2nd gear will be suitable for low rage driving.
4 low will give you maximum traction in those terrains. You will have a great deal of control in the 4 low gear ratio range, while travelling at slower driving speeds.
Low range driving is all about slow speeds and using the engine compression as braking while coming down steep 4WD tracks, allowing you to stay off your brakes as much as possible.
Having a 4WD is a great way of life, and learning how to use both 4 high Vs 4 low, is really important so you select the correct gear ratio for the terrain you are driving.