This past storm I started with it on until I felt like I needed it off to maintain my momentum
LooksNot sure about the tires, I drove my Willys yesterday in about 10 inches of snow i have the stock MT tires on and had no issues at all. put her in 4H and away we went
Good advice and sounds like a great way to make sure the LSD is working properly as well!TC won't let the tires spin when you need to keep momentum and keep them churning as when in deep snow, sand, or soft mud. TC is best used for packed snow and ice highway travel to keep abrupt acceleration from causing a spinout into a ditch.
TC off in 2WD is also good when you have some young woman tailgating in a snow storm.
1. Stop at traffic light
2. Select 2H
3. Turn off TC
4. When light changes, accelerate vigorously........covering said tailgater's hood with a plethora of snow, a frozen super slushy parfait of snow, sand, and salt.
They won't follow so closely or stop 12" from your bumper any longer. If they are not so smart you may have to do it a few times. Its also an IQ test.
As far as I know, there is no way to disable BLD. Holding the TC button for 5 seconds disable's the Electronic Stability Control (ESC).Looks like TC off is definitely the way to go in Deep Snow. Quick question... Does turning off TC also disable BLD?