tug of war with k-1997 gmc 4X4 suburban?

i know this is stupid but at school i joined a tug war /club and i have a 4×4 97 suburban for best performance what button should i press….2wd, 4wd high,4wd high+ low—-the suburban weighs 3 tons
also should i take it out of d and put it in 1,2,or 3 or leave it in d

i know this is a dumb club to join but which would you have vehicle tug of war or study hall lol…

i would like to know my chances of winning these battles
some other people have
chevy suburban 99 2wd 3/4 ton
jeep wrangler 2005
Toyota corolla.
and someone will bring school bus i already know i will lose that one (it owns in the weight class) lol

any info about my odds at winning and the way to win will be helpful.

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4 Responses to tug of war with k-1997 gmc 4X4 suburban?

  1. dale b November 5, 2010 at 3:14 pm #

    Use 4X4 low range, and put it in (1). Don’t give it so much gas that you spin your wheels like crazy. In this game, whatever vehicle is the heaviest, wins. You’ll do great.

  2. Philip November 5, 2010 at 3:14 pm #

    4-LOW, 1 you are going to lose. Something on your truck will break sooner or later. Are you or dad going to fix it?

  3. onebadpooh2001 November 5, 2010 at 3:14 pm #

    You’ll want to use 4 low and drive,not 1. Low range is so low that the trans. may need to shift,plus your trans. always starts in first gear. You’ll also want to make sure the transfer case is locked in low range and the front axle is locked in way before you get chained-up. It would be best to shift the transfer case through all the gears to get it used to shifting because they don’t get used much and may stick. Next,getting chained-up higher than your competition will help put more load on your rear-end and take weight off theirs. Last,don’t just sit and dig holes. I don’t know what your space limits are turn the wheel back and forth to find more traction. Good Luck!

  4. steve h November 5, 2010 at 3:14 pm #

    Use low 4×4 and first gear;
    You will smoke the transmission!
    Have fun!