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Is there a maximum speed for high 4x4 on the 2008 f-150 supercrew?

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Let common sense be your guide. 4HI puts power to the front and rear wheels at the same ratio as in 2wd for gear selected, allowing for better traction at higher speeds. 4LO puts power to the wheels at a ratio for more torque to the wheels.Just remember that all 4 tires are pulling so handling may be alittle different.

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