Seems like my '98 'burb K1500 has better traction in soft sand
when it's in the low range than high.
In the context of snow/ice this seems counter-intuitive to me.
Low range ==> more torque.... More torque ==> greater chance of
But this isn't snow/ice.... and I'm pretty sure it really does go
better in the low range - having invoked it several times now
when it seemed like I was about to get stuck or had just gotten
I don't *think*
I'm spinning the wheels more/faster in the high
range, but don't really have anything to back that assertion up.
Can anybody explain?