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yes you can as Les says, either moving or stationary with difflock in or out.

High to Low - recommendation is to come to a standstill to change - can be done if in diff lock or not.

you can also engage and disengage diff lock on the move as long as all 4 wheels are traveling at approx same speed. ie straight ahead and not spinning.

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As others have said, hi-low and diff lock are independant of each other. You can switch difflock in and out on the move providing no wheels are spinning.

Changing from low to high on the move is:

starting in low 3rd

clutch down

transfer box to neutral

clutch up

clutch down

transfer to high

main box to 2nd

clutch up

High to low can also be done on the move with care. I usually just stop to change.

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i have found low 4th works better in the vehicles i have had to start the change from approx 15mph or so and at a constant unloaded speed if possible.

The key to good change is move the transfer lever from Neutral to High as soon as the clutch goes in on the double declutch

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