jaho1979 said:When driving in 2wd, the front half shafts, diff and driveshaft are all spinning. 4wd engagement happens in the transfer case. This drag, along with added equipment weight contributes to decreased fuel economy over 4x2's.
You might want to check into that deaper. You might still need to dissengauge the front for the same reasons as the back. No pump to pump the oil. Not sure though. I just dont want you to end the hunt there.Bassin Bob said:The reason for my question is I have had a drivshaft disconnect kit (Remco) installed on my truck so that I may tow it behind my motor home. By disconnecting the rear driveshaft I think I should be ok. If the front shafts are turning all the time it should not make a difference as far I can see.