Yeah sounds like either the linkage is out of whack or the shift fork in the t-case is bent/worn. If the clutch was slipping in low range, it probably wouldn't even move in high. You were probably thinking about gear reduction backwards (there's more torque at the wheels, but less load required by the engine in low)
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