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well I have a 98 (I know you were saying 2000+), but the 4 wheel worked great in the snow, but I haven't had reliable 4-wheel drive for the past two winters. Something to take a look at is pop the center cap off on the wheel (front), and check to see if there is a screen blocking debris from getting into the hub. If there is, becareful to not lose your centercap because water could get in there and foul up your 4-wheel drive (that's what best guess was with mine). Overall, pretty decent truck, good 4-wheel drive (when its working properly, replace the centercap ASAP if you lose it), and decent handling in 2-wheel drive in foul weather (if you put weight in the bed of the truck and know how to drive in foul conditions).
ive got ranger (95) , it handles pretty good in the snow,but i got rid of the auto 4x4 and put in manual hubs cause there alot stronger than stock and ive got a lift so the auto hubs blew.there not the greatest for gas milage but if u cared about that so much ud get a car. there a preety good truck
Big trucks blow in the snow because they have wide tires. And yes if the driver is an ass all cars suck in the snow and that one didn't exactly look like 2000. I'm going to have a canopy and lots a crap in the back so I figure it will do pretty well with the extra weight.
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