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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE lively's Avatar
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    CURRIE REAR END

    CURRIE REAR END WITH THE ALUMINUM CENTER HOUSING???[NOT THE PUMPKIN]--GOOD / BAD / OR THE UGLY?---MOSTLY STREET USE AND SOME 1/8 MILE--WHAT DO YOU THINK FOR MY RANCHERO GASSER?-LIVELY

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    Are you asking if its a good housing or are you selling it? :?:

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    looking at one and wondering about the strength and limits of it 8) 8) LIVELY

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    I think it would be fine for street use, but would stay away for race purposes.

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    I have been running Currie stuff for years with no problems... 9" N section, 4.88 pro gear and 35 spline spool and there race axles NO PROBLEMS HERE WITH 1.000 HP 866 Tq Eng in a 3150LBS CAR

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    Quote Originally Posted by real3fann
    I have been running Currie stuff for years with no problems... 9" N section, 4.88 pro gear and 35 spline spool and there race axles NO PROBLEMS HERE WITH 1.000 HP 866 Tq Eng in a 3150LBS CAR
    Unless I misunderstood the question, sounds like he's talking about aluminum center with steel axle tubes? I don't think that's what your running? :?:
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    Quote Originally Posted by blittle
    Quote Originally Posted by real3fann
    I have been running Currie stuff for years with no problems... 9" N section, 4.88 pro gear and 35 spline spool and there race axles NO PROBLEMS HERE WITH 1.000 HP 866 Tq Eng in a 3150LBS CAR
    Unless I misunderstood the question, sounds like he's talking about aluminum center with steel axle tubes? I don't think that's what your running? :?:
    Oh my mistake

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    Look this guy up and have his rear end guy help you out.
    http://rides.webshots.com/video/3026...01149359WVpyxw

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    HE IS LUCKY HE DIDN'T LOSE IT ON THE PASS BEFORE!!!!---THAT IS ON THE PREVIOUS VIDEO 8) 8) 8) ----THE CURRIE REAR I LOOKED AT HAD THE ALUMINUM CENTER PIECE[WAS VERY NICE LOOKING BUT I WAS NOT SURE OF THE STRENGTH]---THANKS FOR THE INFO===LIVELY

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    Hello Lively,Just thought with your inquiry about the rear axle housing I have a 9" on the classified side if interested,Thanks Dragman28.


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