Maybe a definition will help. OEM stands for "original equipment manufacturer" which according to whatever goombah is making it is saying its equal to or better than the original manufacturing entity that produced the part. OE is "original equipment" which means it is the exact part originally provided by the company that offered it in the production of the vehicle. A parts manufacturing company has chosen the part brand label "OEM" to mislead or construe that the part it is offering is a new OE part.
The dead giveaway in sevenscrews ad are the words "OEM Mopar" and " interchanges to a Wells ,blah blah". You have to be careful these days guys.EEEEEspecially on Ebay and I buy a crapload of stuff off Ebay.
Move over bear.I'm tired of working on the jeep
Links to axle rebuilds, mount replace,a/c box rebuild,ect in history section of my profile page