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Old 03-13-2019, 03:30 AM #1
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Limited power distribution

Does anyone know the power distribution on a limited for the front and rear wheels during normal driving and does it ever change?

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It's been a while, but I thought under normal driving conditions (like highway cruising), the bias was 10/90, but maybe it's 30/70 front/rear. I've heard, but can't confirm that it can go up to 60/40. When locked, it's 50/50.
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Does anyone know the power distribution on a limited for the front and rear wheels during normal driving and does it ever change?

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Thanks for that, so does it change during normal driving depending on road conditions or only when you manually lock it?
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Yes it changes during normal driving.
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