I am sure that someone else has figured this out but i will run it by you all anyway. Go out to you garage and take off the transfer shifter boot. Look in there w/ a flashlight and see the metal bracket that supports the shift lever. There is an L shaped cutout for the shifter to travel in. Now, get your sawzall and slice the metal at the top of the L down away from the transmission (toward the side of the cruiser). Once you've made the cut sufficiently far (about 1/16" past where the bottom of the L extends), put the transfer in 4x4 high. I used a mig welder but you could use a torch, get the piece that is in between the cut and the bottom of the L cherry red. Quickly put the transfer in 2x4 high and pull the lever hard toward the low range. This will bend the metal out of the way and you will now be able to select 2x4 high and low and 4x4 high and low and it took like 25 minutes and was free. Best part about it, if you bent it and didn't cut it all the way off, you can simply heat it up again to bend it back and then shoot a weld onto it to return it to the old way.