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Old 10-23-2017, 10:17 PM   #15
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I turn mine on and off all the time. Anytime below 50. When going up a small hill and want to downshift I find it much easier to just push off the O/D than to shift by hand. I guess it really depends on how well you know what rpm's you want your rig to run. Some people are picky like me and want to get the best performance out of the drivetrain, while others are oblivious and think pulling 4800rpm all the way over a pass is fine and will not shorten the life of their drivetrain...
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