2wd vs 4wd in Bull Creek, Toso, Salt Lake and Seminole Ranch

DeleriousXDeleriousX Posts: 39 Greenhorn
I'm getting rid of my 2001 4wd Expedition and looking for a new hunting SUV or maybe Truck.
The WMA's in the subject line are my goto places and with my Expedition 4wd auto mode, I have no idea if 4wd actually ever was engaged. I have never really been in a lot of mud, but I have been in water up over the bottom of my doors.

There's so many more options if I don't have to choose 4wd, but I'd like to hear some opinions here.

Thanks

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  • binellishtrbinellishtr Posts: 8,052 Admiral
    1979 f150 straight six on 38's preferably, w ft and rear lockers of course
  • gritsnhuntin1gritsnhuntin1 Posts: 870 Officer
    1979 f150 straight six on 38's preferably, w ft and rear lockers of course
    That's close to what my first truck was.Oh the memories
  • swampwalkerswampwalker Posts: 1,529 Captain
    Benelli- gotta agree w you sir. I prefer the locking hubs and limited slip rearend. Wish I could find one of the F150s w straight six that didn't need total rebuild.
    The original - "Renaissance Redneck"
  • binellishtrbinellishtr Posts: 8,052 Admiral
    they were the shizzz for sure
  • swampwalkerswampwalker Posts: 1,529 Captain
    Delerious - 4x4 can be a huge time saver. I'd rather have it and not need it, than need it and not have it. Sometimes using it just to drive through one bad area will keep us from retracing our drive back several miles to get back on a main road. When I'm out by myself especially. If you've been in water that deep, I'm thinking it engaged but don't have any great knowledge of automatic 4 wheel. 
    The original - "Renaissance Redneck"
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