i understand low range is for going real slow.
what i don't get is why it revs so high before shifting.
rear gear(3.73) should have nothing to do with how high the motor revs.
before it shifts to the next higher gear.
i need more explaining.
Plus if I remember right from my ford training it changes the shift points in the transmission to keep it in low gears like first and second. It does that so like if your crawling thru rocks or whatever you don't really want it shifting up at like 2500 rpm so it keeps it in that gear for longer.
thanks for the help.
i guess i'm ok.
just seems like overkill to me.
i would think it should work close to the same as it does when in high range, shifting at the current load or throttle setting.
then if you need it to rev higher, then move the trans to "m",
& then you can rev it to whatever.