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Is the L2 Line appropriate? Should I change the 5 speed twin stick plate to include the L2 line? This is what the current 5 speed twin stick plate looks like.Looks fine, except "ENGAGED" on the fourth line is misspelled.
Doubt I would bother to replace my stock plate though; my twin stick knobs are labeled already so they're pretty self-explanatory.
Is the L2 Line appropriate? Should I change the 5 speed twin stick plate to include the L2 line? This is what the current 5 speed twin stick plate looks like.
You could cut out the "Front drive engages" and " front drive will be engaged automatically".
If it's in 4WD it should be obvious that the front axle is engaged, and it happens mechanically not automatically.
Just my opinion, but I think the right side looks too busy. I would delete the L2 line. Even though it is a feature of the twin sticks, it is rarely used (for turning on a difficult trail with the front locker engaged, and for towing a really heavy trailer). The L2 line doesn't really add anything helpful IMO.
I agree, but that is what the stock plate says, and I'm guessing one of the goals is to make it look as nearly stock as possible.
That's good you shared that with us. I don't know when looking at the plate you shared what the H-N, H-H and L-L mean. I'm leaning towards the one that looks like the 5 speed Twin stick I have been making for cruisers for the last couple years. Any thoughts?