The Currie 60 high pinion front axle is built to the legendary Currie Standard with a long list of exclusive standard features and innovation that make it the clear choice for serious off-road adventure. Built around the Currie high clearance radius bottom center section, the Currie 60 is designed to slide over obstacles with ease and with its thick reinforced center section, forged knuckles, large diameter tubes and full 35 spline axles, the Currie 60 deliver superior strength for years of dependable service. The Currie high-pinion radius bottom center section greatly improves obstacle slide-over by presenting a smooth curve rather than the sharp edge found on other 60 housings. Highest measured ground clearance of any 60 class axle on the market (including the integrated skid plate), guess the other guys have trouble reading a tape measure. Integrated AR400 hardened steel skid plate resists deformation and gouging to slide over obstacles far better than iron housings or mild steel plates. High volume flow-thru recirculating oil system keeps pinion bearings bathed in cool oil, reducing operating temperatures and eliminate oil starvation issues. Upper control arm mounts feature rebuildable Johnny Joints for improved suspension articulation. Available with: Detroit, ARB, or Eaton Lockers.
Since 1959, Corona, California-based Currie Enterprises has been currying favor with Jeep enthusiasts by manufacturing suspension systems and accessories, driveline parts and steering components that withstand grueling off-road conditions. With the rise in interest in off-roading in the 1970s, the company focused its attention on trucks and Jeeps, specifically rearends. Replacing worn out or damaged suspension parts like leaf spring bushings goes a long way toward improving off-road performance and Currie's specialty products exceed expectations. Addressing the needs of a variety of Jeep models, Currie is the right choice when you want to lift your Jeep, upgrade the steering or take the guesswork out of making a safe mounting. Shop Currie Now