Depends on your gearing and how thick the mud is. I used to run a 77 chevy though mud pits with my friends back in high school. If it wasn't really thick we kept it in 4 high, but also went through really fast. In thick stuff it was always 4 low. By thick I mean like the consistency of wet cement, so if we used 4 high the transmission would have blown before we left the pit.
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When i mudride back in day in my xj it was always 4hi, but of course the tcase linkage was out of adjustment so using 4lo was out of the equation.
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