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Old 09-26-2011, 05:53 PM   #1
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where do you find a transfer case rebuild kit?

I guess I'm in the market for a NV241-OR transfercase "rebuild kit" if they make one...kit that is. Pretty sure I have some bad stuff going on in there.03 Rubicon....any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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what is it doing? to give you the idea that something is wrong. they are a very tough t-case
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what is it doing? to give you the idea that something is wrong. they are a very tough t-case
IronGrave, I have a thread on down...03 Rubicon stuck... it will beter explain. I wrote a book...LOL! Any advice GREATLY appreciated!!!!
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