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    Default 4wd engagement

    I have a T2310. What is the trick to getting it in and out of 4wd. It's a struggle either way

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    Default Re: 4wd engagement

    If you have a loader, raise the front wheels off the ground and it goes in/out like greased lightnin'.
    Jim


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    Default Re: 4wd engagement

    Thanks Jinman, I'll give that a try!

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    Default Re: 4wd engagement

    Otherwise, try driving straight ahead and bumping the throttle while applying pressure to the shift lever. The throttle bumping will momentary release pressure on the drive gears. Driving straight will assure no pressure from the differential.

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    Default Re: 4wd engagement

    Quote Originally Posted by hosspuller View Post
    Otherwise, try driving straight ahead and bumping the throttle while applying pressure to the shift lever. The throttle bumping will momentary release pressure on the drive gears. Driving straight will assure no pressure from the differential.
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    Default Re: 4wd engagement

    Engage and disengage while moving straight. To disengage, 1st accelerate briefly full power - then let off quickly while simultaneously operating the lever.
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