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I have a 2003 Z71 Tahoe 4WD. Just took it to dealer for loud scratching and grinding under front end. They said needs new transfer case and they quoted $2,700. I can't afford this, any good suggestions how to cut this price down to $1,500?? Please help. Thanks

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Where do you live? If you can pay my gas, i'll personally come down there and fix it for about 1400 Call me at 8706704730. I promise you wont regret me fixing it, it will be like new. :)

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