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Mopar Announces Expansion Of Remanufactured Transfer Case Line

Mopar recently announced an expansion of its Remanufactured Transfer Case product line, the most recent additions in a long line of authentic remanufactured powertrain products introduced by Chrysler Group LLC's service, parts and customer-care brand.

Mopar recently announced an expansion of its Remanufactured Transfer Case product line, the most recent additions in a long line of authentic remanufactured powertrain products introduced by Chrysler Group LLC’s service, parts and customer-care brand.

The expansion features 35 new part numbers added to the full remanufactured transfer case product line, covering 1988-2012 model-year trucks and SUVs. All-new Mopar Remanufactured Transfer Case products are currently available for purchase.

Products in the Mopar Remanufactured Transfer Case line are disassembled and thoroughly cleaned, and each O-ring, gasket and seal is replaced with O.E. replacement parts. Each transfer case is tested to O.E. specifications on a computer-controlled dynamometer, and any components that fail to meet O.E. standards are replaced with O.E. replacement parts.

The Mopar Remanufactured Transfer Case product line offers value which no aftermarket source can match, with affordable pricing, easy availability and the high-quality assurance that comes with each and every Mopar Remanufactured product, said the company.

“Throughout 2012, Mopar has added significantly to our line of Mopar Remanufactured products, and we are pleased to continue to strengthen our Mopar Reman portfolio with new additions to our transfer case product line,” said Kathy Wideman, senior manager, Mopar Repair / Reman Portfolio. “Like all parts in our full Mopar Reman product line, our recently introduced transfer case products feature the precision and durability of an O.E. part, but at a competitive price that our customers have come to know and trust.”

Contact your local Chrysler Group LLC dealer for more information regarding Mopar Remanufactured Transfer Case products.

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