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Vicarious_Lee wrote:We'll get by.
Stumpgrinder wrote:I currently drive a second gen Nissan Frontier, 4WD with an E-Locker in the back. I work construction, and use 4wd a couple of times a month.
I find that 4WD is a lot like my preps; it's good to have. At work I'll throw it on if there is even the slightest chance that I may get stuck. I think it's all about understanding what will hang you up, just like prepping. My first vehicle was a short bed, short cab 2WD chevy, and at the age of 17 I learned all about what will hang you up.
I don't think I'd ever buy a 2WD truck again if I can avoid it. Simply because, in the spirit of preparation, it may end up being the last vehicle I'll ever own. If I can set the locker and crawl across an obstical, rather than picking a line, saying a prayer, and using the momentum of a 4500lb 2WD truck... I would choose crawling, as most of us would. Simply for the longevity of my ride, if nothing else.
At the end of the day, do you need 4WD drive? No. But, I'd rather call a spade a spade and use the right tool for the job.
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