Is it bad to...
leave your hubs locked while in 2wd?
It will cause a little extra wear, and such a little MPGs, but the answer is no. Up in NH, feel free to keep 'em locked until the snow melts (June, right?).
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thanks guys. it's just a lot more convenient to leave em locked for when you need to switch to 4wd. i don't drive it much in the winter because of the salt... only when the pavement is dry. which isn't lately.. and yeah, june, july, august.. the snow will be gone..
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