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Hey folks,
Wanted to ask you something. My 2001 Cherokee requires differential case rebuild, which is going to be done in the shop. Guys there told me to get a kit from the dealer, but now I am thinking of the aftermarket kit. It is way less expensive, and I assume the quality is no worse. besides, the install job will be done professionally. So I was wondering if this makes sense, or I'd rather go with the OE kit....
 

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Spoke with the techs that will do the repair for me, and they told that the aftermarket kit will be also fine, as long as it is specified for the 2001 Cherokee and has at least 1 year warranty. So I grabbed a kit already. As in any case they will warranty the job but regardless of the place I get the parts from, they will not warranty the parts.
 

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Spoke with the techs that will do the repair for me, and they told that the aftermarket kit will be also fine, as long as it is specified for the 2001 Cherokee and has at least 1 year warranty. So I grabbed a kit already (Replacement Differentials | Ring & Pinion Sets, Bearings – CARiD.com). As in any case they will warranty the job but regardless of the place I get the parts from, they will not warranty the parts.
Will start doing the repair job this weekend and hope everything will go smooth...
 
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