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Transfer case problem and average replacement cost?

We were told the shaking and noise while driving was due to our transfer case and it needed to be replaced I am trying to figure out if this is true and if the quote we got was fair?

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You can remove the transfer case ,strip it down and reassemble it,making any parts swaps,you may need. I owned a trans shop and would never install someone elses unit in mine. Repair yours, only if necessary. I would check out everything, I could,for as long as it takes,before I would pull it. Not much but a stretched chain would cause a noise. I will guarrantee you ,you will be given a used unit, with absolutely now internal inspection at all. Just a heads up,remember what I'am telling you,so you don't get bit,

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