The only reason why i would say no, is because that is a lot of stress to put on JUST your front axle. It's only a Dana 30... while it is a tough little axle, to put 100% of the jeeps power and weight on it would be a lot of stress. For temporary use you should be fine, and there should be no mechanical problems with the drive-train. But i wouldn't run it very much until you get the rear put back together.
97 Jeep Wrangler
4.0, 5 speed AX-15, D44 & Ford 8.8 w/Detroit - 4.88, NP-231, OME 2.5" coils w/1.25" spacers on front, 1.25" JKS BL, 35X12.50R15 KM2 on 15x8 Eagle alloys, Banks Header, Banks Monster Exhaust, Brown Dog MML, Rhino Liner, Tuffy Glove Box, AtoZ Rockers, Optima Red Top Battery.
1998 GMC Yukon
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