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Old 01-10-2016, 08:23 PM #1
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Multi Terrain Select (Crawl Control) Demo

Some sweet multi terrain select in action. This was taken on a lake bed roughly an hour ago. Turn up the volume to hear the non-believers (jeep owners) in the background.

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Nicely done, what mode ended up popping you out?
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did u use crawl control as well?
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Nicely done, what mode ended up popping you out?

The "sand, mud, & dirt" setting. It's amazing how it works to control power to the wheels with traction and it's like the whole vehicle shakes it's way right out of the hole...
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did u use crawl control as well?
you cant use the two systems together at the same time
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There are a lot of YouTube videos from the Middle East of guys using crawl control to unstuck Land Cruisers from some deep, soft sand.
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Would A-TRAC have done the same thing?
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Would A-TRAC have done the same thing?
I would guess that it could. The benefit of Crawl Control is letting the CPU manage throttle to a very low speed that is hard to do with an automatic transmission. However, with careful application, I think you could probably get pretty close to the same effect. For example:

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Seeing these videos is always awesome. I know I tried to go up a sandy hill and Atrac basically kept that from happening. Needed wheel spin to keep climbing and it wasn't having it. I'd love to see this demo doing a sandy hill. Man thats cool to see it climb out of that hole though!
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Seeing these videos is always awesome. I know I tried to go up a sandy hill and Atrac basically kept that from happening. Needed wheel spin to keep climbing and it wasn't having it. I'd love to see this demo doing a sandy hill. Man thats cool to see it climb out of that hole though!

I tried a hill that day, but in all complete honesty I could not get it stuck for the life of me. I would dig the rear in and when I switched to 4-hi, it would just pop out and keep climbing....
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