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Buying two separate tickets a potential problem?

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I'm looking at flights from midwest to DTW to AMS to BRE and return from HAJ to AMS to MSP and home. I cannot get the flights I want to come up on the Delta website or on Kayak. If I buy the AMS/BRE and HAJ/AMS ticket separately, the combined cost is less than any all-in-one ticket (not the schedule I want, however). Are there any issues I need to be aware of other than possible late flights and missing the connection? The arrival in AMS would be 5:55am and departure on KLM Cityhopper flight would be 8:45 to BRE. There would be 5 hours in AMS on return so that should be ok.
Any thoughts on this issue? Thanks!

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