4H or 4L

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Another vote for 2H.
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That's 2H with traction control OFF for me.

But then again I enjoy driving. I don't view it as a task.
 

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In fairness, I could see this mixing with a little rain and making for conditions that might possibly warrant 4H... Possibly... If you're in a REALLY big rush...

<sigh> I tried. This is obviously 2H territory. If you're slipping, then you're clearly going way too fast.
 

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Well I'm at a loss. There is another thread about 4wd in the rain and I was the d_ck. Lol
 

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can you show me where it says max 50mph in the manual, because all my other 8 jeeps says it's safe to engage 4hi at any legal highway speed.
i'm just curious if the JL is any different.
 

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I used 2H...it was fine.
Own 2 Wranglers before. Live in Chicago. We had a lot of snow a few years back. It can take a while for our side streets get plowed. I used 2H 95% of the time. The only time I even had to use 4-anything was when I was buried after the plows throw snow and bury the cars. The weight of the Wrangler and AT tires was more then enough.
 

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4h so all 4 wheels slip equally! seriously though, 2h. The loss of lateral traction (turning) is not helped by all 4 wheels spinning equally. same goes for braking. How the resistance is applied is moot.
 
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