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Where 4wd comes in handy these days is on trucks or cars that are wearing highway tires and have to get through some mud or snow. I don't care what anyone says, you put a set of these modern, wide, all season radial types on something comes either 2 or 4wd and put them on the 4wd and put some good old fashioned narrow snows, like the old F32, on the 2wd and there won't be much difference in how far they get. In fact the 2wd may do better.
We have 2 Jeep Wranglers, a 95 and a 97. The 97 has 31" or 31.05x15" tires on it and the 95 has, I think, 195/15's. The 95 will go places the 97 can't think of. If you have speed up the 97 is better in mud. Once you stop it's all over. The 95 will do far better in snow, rock, water, ice, etc. The fat tired 97 is useless in snow.
Those old narrow snows were great. Studded they were even better on ice. Add chains and you could go until you were just being stupid.
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