SwitchThis vehicle is equipped with a reverse
speed limiter system. When additional
RPM is needed in reverse, depress and
hold the override switch located on the
center console.��NOTE: The vehicle must be in 4WD
to activate the reverse override.
The differential lock is intended for
use where minimum traction is
available. NEVER EXCEED 10 MPH
(16 kph) with the front differential
lock engaged. Maneuverability and
handling characteristics will differ
with the differential lock engaged.
ALWAYS shift into four-wheel drive
prior to engaging the differential
lock. Failure to follow this procedure
may result in loss of control.
Control loss can result
in severeinjury or even death.
The diff lock is supposed to work in reverse while in lock mode.On my machine the override does work with the diff lock and in reverse. I had my machine burried in snow and had to use the diff lock and the override to get out. As for the gears getting damaged while going over 10 mph it is talking about driving over 10 mph moving (Ground Speed), not while being stuck in the mud or snow because then there is not really any resistance on all the wheels.
Yeah, and I'm just trying to tell how the diff lock is supposed to function according to AC.Yeah it could break axles or even tear up the differential, But it could do that even if the diff is unlocked. If you wanted to think that way and ride that way you won't go anywhere. Anything can happen at anytime even if you do everything by the book, it is not a perfect world.