Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Northwest Central Jersey
that is pretty much it. The open differentials want to send power to the wheel with least resistance. when a wheel is in the air the brakes are applied to make that wheel think it is on the ground and the brakes provide more resistance the the force needed to move the vehicle. that sends the power to the wheels with traction. pushing the gas more will not help it work better, if you were in the vehicle trying to climb a hill or in thick mud you could apply slight brake pressure to make the TCS work more effectively.
Bright Silver 4.7L 2.25 RR/OME lift, Kumho KL71 265/70/17, Flashpaq, Lights, rack, intake, Super44, mopar skids, 4x belly guard, rear fog lights, MM9500 winch, GetLost4x4 winch mount
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