Fulltime 4wd?

Rated R

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TRX is full time. Nice that Ford designed the Raptor R to give us the choice.
 

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Yea that’s why I didn’t buy the trx I test drove a whole back isn’t faster than my tuned Gen 2 as well.
 

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TRX is full time. Nice that Ford designed the Raptor R to give us the choice.
Would you please explain the "choice" Raptor R has? I've read that the R is AWD with modes to switch to either 4H or 4L. There's not 2wd option on the R as far as I've read, so it appears the R will have all 4 wheels powered all the time.

Correct me if I'm wrong.

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David
 

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Would you please explain the "choice" Raptor R has? I've read that the R is AWD with modes to switch to either 4H or 4L. There's not 2wd option on the R as far as I've read, so it appears the R will have all 4 wheels powered all the time.

Correct me if I'm wrong.

Thanks

David

I’ve read otherwise and that it can be driven in RWD
 

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Would you please explain the "choice" Raptor R has? I've read that the R is AWD with modes to switch to either 4H or 4L. There's not 2wd option on the R as far as I've read, so it appears the R will have all 4 wheels powered all the time.

Correct me if I'm wrong.

Thanks

David

What's your source?
 

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Correct me if I am wrong, but AWD does not mean that all 4 are powered all the time. I understand it to be in 2WD unless slippage is observed by the computer (front wheels then engaged).
 
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