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Is it worth it to replace a transfer case on a 1999 Chevy Suburban? And if I do where is a good place in the Port Huron, (Northern Detroit) Michigan to get parts?

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I just checked online and a reman transfer case depending if it is a 27 or 32 spline runs between $900 & $1000 plus freight.

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I cant make the call. Think of it this way, do you like the truck, and what shape is it in. I see your in michigan, salt can be a killer on the truck. But if its in good shape and you like it go for it. Shops or wrecking yards in your area I just don't know.

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