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Exclamation Wrangler Rubicon Transfer Case **HELP**

Hi guys,
Had a loud knocking noise coming from my transfer case when i put it in 4 H. Opened the case up and the chain has stretched, causing it to jump over the main drive gears.
Does anyone know where I can purchase aftermarket main drive gears (68 teeth), and the chain (roughly 50 links), cant find anything online and Jeep had quoted me $1700 which sounds ridiculous.
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No expert, but was of the opinion that this side of the 241OR was the same as the 241 and the differences lie in the planetary end and the casing.

Have you looked in the drivetrain section of RockAuto and 4wheelparts.com both seem to have a decent range of transfer case parts.
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Thanks mate, just so many options has left me lost on what i need to order. The online diagrams are saying its a 40 tooth sprocket? Maybe this is the inner sprocket?
Just after if anyone knows the exact parts I should be ordering, these are what mopar are saying it should be?
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Just buy a secondhand transfer case from another model jeep and if the input or output shafts are different and need swapping over just follow the instructions online various dudes on utube are doing all sorts of conversions. WG transfer cases can be had for a song and they can easily be converted.
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