In my old Level II I always put it in 4low. It was alot easier on the clutch and I never had to worry about rolling it back into the lake. If I had to turn a corner, I would stop and put it in 2h. The people can wait ten seconds. Usually by the top of the ramp your truck can handle it in 2h. Its the pulling a lot of weight out of the waters suction that makes you feel safer in 4h. Now You can do it in 2h, I had a 2WD ranger before and I towed my boat just fine. Same with my Roadmaster and it has 2.56 gears.
1973 Dodge Charger, Cali car, 360 CI, 904 tranny. For Jacob Juelich 1982-2008
1975 Cadillac Coupe deVille Cerise Firemist, not pink!
1998 Dodge Ram 1500 4X4 with 38K miles as of 11/24/08
Formerly owned about 10 Rangers and RBV's
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