anyone who drives a vehicle with part-time 4wd knows this.
All cars, rear wheel drive, front wheel drive, full time four wheel drive, 4x4, part time four wheel drive, all cars have front tires that travel different distances when turning. Thus, they would all realign the logos, every time, instantly.
Now, as for a GMC Sierra with rear wheel steering, hmmm.
the reason i say anyone with part-time 4wd knows this, is because this is the reason you should not drive part-time 4wd on pavement with all four wheels engaged. with all four wheels engaged, they are locked together and spin at the same rate. if you are not on a loose surface, you will damage your vehicle due to driveline-binding/wheel-hoppin g.
4-wheel steering does not change the fact that the outside wheels in a turn spin more/travel farther.
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