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It should be fine. Just be sure to mark the yokes so you can match them back up. Also, if you have the slip yoke output shaft, then you will want to bag the end to minimize fluid loss.

Of course driving on the the pavement in 4Wd is bad but sine you are not loading t-case rear output, then you should be okay. Only some steering issues, but at long as you are open/limited slip in the front then it should not be an issue.
 

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my 79 chevy was a full time 4wd and the only way to make it 2 was to remove the front driveshaft and put the transfer case in the lock position. the chiltons manual said not to run it like that for long cus it can damage it. i think the same would apply here - as long as you dont do it for long it would be alright.
 
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