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Hello everyone. Nice forum you guys got here. I just recently purchased a 2000 durango R/T and like most guys, was wanting to get some more out of it. I haven't done to much to it yet except for an intake. I was searching around on here and saw that some guys where removing there front driveshafts to get rid of the awd and get more power. I removed mine, put it in 4 high and away I went. Everything seems fine. The only thing I have noticed that is different is that it goes into gear kind of hard. Not when your moving. I'm talking about when your sitting still and take it from park to reverse or drive. It just seems to clunk into gear harder than before. I was wondering if this was normal or if there is any harm done in running it this way. I hope not because I sure like the way she runs now. Thanks guys.
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