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I would guess that the transfer case would try to transfer all the power to the disconnected front wheel. bad guess from the last guy.... this may be allright for awhile because the viscous coupler in the transfer case would lock and transfer the power to the rear driveshaft. however the drive would slip for a few moments before engaging and constant misuse like this will ruin the coupler. (i think they run about 800.00). so to answer your question ......no, there will be damage. All the above need to note that if the front drive shaft is removed than the transfer case would leak its oil.

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