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The main issue is that the centre differential is turning all the time because the tyres on one axle are slightly smaller in diameter so one axle is turning its propshaft faster than the other. That combination is not much of a difference and would be OK say for use as an emergency spare but I would not do it for normal use.

If you had a crash an insurance company might have something to say about something which is probably not recommended by the manufacturer as well.

So really the answer is yes you can do it but no it isn't recommended.

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