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Desert Runner

Rank VII
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Expedition Master III

8,507
Southern Nevada
First Name
Jerold
Last Name
F.
Member #

14991

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Putting my little Land Rover to the cross axles test

Need to find the correct transition point to try a cross axle recovery. Not as easy as you might think to locate. I have a winch, a rear G-80 locker (ltd slip), no traction control, or multi terrain option. So for me it would be recovery boards or rocks, or the G-80 engaging for needed traction. My truck being a 3/4 ton, it will not flex that much. It would spark my interest on how well it would do in such a scenario.

PS:
Also no front locker, so in reality,.....a 4x3:confounded:
 
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98_GVitara_Adventures

Rank III
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Enthusiast III

646
Vizela, Portugal
First Name
Miguel
Last Name
Caldas
Member #

21189

Putting my little Land Rover to the cross axles test

Need to find the correct transition point to try a cross axle recovery. Not as easy as you might think to locate. I have a winch, a rear G-80 locker (ltd slip), no traction control, or multi terrain option. So for me it would be recovery boards or rocks, or the G-80 engaging for needed traction. My truck being a 3/4 ton, it will not flex that much. It would spark my interest on how well it would do in such a scenario.
Thanks for your feedback.
This is a little 4x4, with only 1455kg.
Don't have low gear, just Traction Control and little Tyres 215/65 r16, the only size allowed for this car here in Portugal.

This Traction Control makes "miracles" on this car.