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Currie Enterprises

Currie 44 High Pinion Front Axle, Jeep Wrangler JK

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SKU:
JK-44HPF2
Availability:
Non Stocking Item- Lead Times Vary Based On Availability
Weight:
1.00 LBS
  • Currie 44 - Jeep JK Wrangler Front Crate Axle
  • Currie 44 - Jeep JK Wrangler Front Crate Axle
  • Currie 44 - Jeep JK Wrangler Front Crate Axle
  • Currie 44 - Jeep JK Wrangler Front Crate Axle
$2,750.00

Description

The Currie 44 high-pinion JK front performance axle is a direct bolt-in assembly with superior strength in a light-weight package that’s designed for heavy off-road use

The Currie 44 performance axle is a direct bolt-in solution that reduces the overall cost by enabling you to retain the complete stock JK outer knuckle assemblies (brakes, hubs, etc.) and stock wheel bolt pattern.

Currie 44 Housing and Cover Only:

  • High-Pinion Massively Reinforced Center Section
  • 3 in. diameter, .5 in. Wall DOM Axle Tubes
  • Massive Forged Currie Inner Knuckles
  • Rock-Proof Currie Nodular Iron Cover
  • Steering Geometry and Brackets Setup for Stock Height to 4-Inches of Lift
  • Requires Aftermarket Locker, Not Compatible with Factory Rubicon Locker
  • Accepts the Stock Factory Outer Steering Knuckle and Brake Assemblies
  • 65.375-Inch Stock JK Width

Complete Assembly:

  • Everything Listed Above Plus:
  • 4340 Chromoly Axles with Larger Rubicon U-Joints
  • Dana Spicer Ball Joints
  • Choice of Gear Ratio and Locker Type
  • Satin Black Powder Coat Finish for Long Lasting Protection
  • Shipped Fully Assembled and Ready for Factory Outer Components

Currie 44 Features:

  Currie 44 high-pinion nodular iron center section features 14 lbs of reinforcement over a stock 44 with thicker walls and webbing to deliver superior strength and rigidity
     
  Large 3 in. diameter x .5 in. wall axle tubes (left) are more than 2.5 times stronger than the stock Dana® 30 tubes (right)
     
  Currie heavy duty forged inner knuckles (right) are massively stronger than the stock knuckles (left) and are designed for severe off-road use with up to 37” tall tires
     
 

Lower control arm mounts are one-piece construction with integrated skid plates to help fend off bracket-seeking rocks. Multiple mounting points enable the tuning of suspension geometry for improved performance

     
  Rock-proof Currie nodular iron front cover protects expensive internals and adds structural support to the housing's face flange

 

 

Complete Front Axle Assembly Features:

  Currie Performance 4340 chromoly axles with larger Rubicon 1350 u-joints provide superior end-to-end strength over OEM carbon steel axles. Black oxide coating helps protect from surface corrosion for improved durability
     
  Genuine Dana Spicer ball joints provide original equipment quality, consistency, and long maintenance-free service life
     
  Choice of gear ratio to match tire sizes from stock-height up to 37-inches
     
  Select the locking differential that meets your wheeling style, choose from ARB Air Locker or Eaton ELocker
     
  Included 1310 pinion flange allows the factory driveshaft to be used without modification
     
Powder Coat   Black satin powder coat finish adds long-lasting protection against rust and corrosion to keep your Currie 44 looking its best

Notes

Computer Programming: 2012 and newer vehicles require a computer programmer, such as the AEV ProCal Module, to reset the gear ratio and tire height in the vehicle's computer for the proper function of the vehicles stability control and transmission shift points

Differential Carriers: The center section is designed to use standard Dana 44 cariers/lockers (ARB RD117 or Eaton ELocker 19977-010). Not compatible with the factory Rubicon carriers.

Outer Knuckle Assemblies: The Currie 44 is designed to reuse the complete stock JK outer knuckle assemblies from the ball joints out (knuckles, hubs, disk brake calipers, and rotors)

Overall Width: Axle width is 65.375 inches (stock JK width) between wheel mounting surfaces

Tire Size: Recommended maximum 37-inch tire size due to the inherent limitations of the stock brakes, wheel bearings, and axle u-joints

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