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    Transfer Case

    Alright well my transfer case is grinding whenever I drive now according to a shop..
    They want to charge me $1800 to fix it!

    This is a 95 chevy suburban..
    at the junkyard the piece is $120

    Would replacing this myself be feasible? :\
    If I can't I don't see myself throwing out $1800 into a old truck with 120,000 miles into it to break down again and would rather use that to finance a new car lol probably like a ford fiesta or some stupid lame car like that D:



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    Re: Transfer Case

    It's not that extremely hard of a job but it really comes down to tools and what you have to work with. I did a couple in school this year but I'm lucky enough to have the autoshop in my school. 4 2 post lifts and a four post lift and a few hundred thousand dollars worth of tools can make any job seem easy.




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    Re: Transfer Case

    Quote Originally Posted by eli346 View Post
    It's not that extremely hard of a job but it really comes down to tools and what you have to work with. I did a couple in school this year but I'm lucky enough to have the autoshop in my school. 4 2 post lifts and a four post lift and a few hundred thousand dollars worth of tools can make any job seem easy.
    Yeah I just graduated high school so I don't have access to lifts or tools anymore
    Tools shouldnt be a problem because I know alot of people who are mechanics that will let me borrow tools lol
    I got some jackstands idk if they would be safe for holding up a suburban all day lol maybe..



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