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In Reply to: front axle lubrication posted by Steve Seaman on Wednesday, April 04, 2018:
I can certainly understand less wear-and-tear running in 2WD, particularly if 4WD is engaged on hard surfaces, but is there no benefit in occasionally engaging 4WD to ensure proper lubrication for the moving parts, linkages, switches, etc., whatever facilitates proper engagement? This question arose in another venue in which someone advocated that the drive line and associated components in a 4WD system received proper lubrication regardless of whether the system was ever engaged or not.
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