As long as none of the broken shaft is within the hub, in which case you could have pieces floating around your bearings which would be an issue. other than that as long as the front shaft is not turning then the shafts won't be either. They can't flop down and contact the ground though, right, i.e. just make sure they stay put.still havnt fixed it, driving it broken, short distances. is this and issue i dont see it as one.
hooked up from rear trailer hitch shackle. i was told not to pull in reverse, its bad news.
Maybe fresh outer dust covers I had to do that with my TTBwell fixed it but for some reason had ahell of a time getting the c clip back on the shaft to hold the lock out in. had to pry the shaft at the u joint with a pry bar to get the 1/16" i needed. first time thats happened.