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Default while in 4wd, which two tires do the pulling?

while in 4wd, which two tires will do the pulling when you hit the gas? 98 gmc jimmy.
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The front wheel with the least traction and the rear wheel with the least traction will spin.

Unless you have a g80, then both rears will spin once it engages, as well as the front with the least traction
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