Currie Axles

Gabe Lara

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Anyone have a contact @ Currie before I "cold call"?

I am looking to get a new set of axles in the Ranger for San Felipe, and thought I'd start here first.
9 inch Ford, out of a Lincoln, needs new axles, and 5/8 inch studs, on 5 on 51/2 pattern.

-Gabe
 

Tomack

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Currie axles are good cuz. Just call and talk with the pros. I think they run like 200 bucks or so not sure though. They would hook it up when are you getting new rear end.........

"If you aint racin, you aint livin"
 

Gabe Lara

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Gonna run the same 3rd member and housing, as I don't have the $$ for a new complete rear end right now.
Who's your guys contact there, Cuz?

-Gabe
 

fishd00d

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Talk to Ray....tell him your friends with the video guy Austin....

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Kbach66

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Gabe....listen homey, Currie axles are the straight up shiznit.

Sorry...I had to do it!

Let me know if you can't find out a hookup. I have a friend that does tons of roundy pounder stuff..Ron's Rear Ends, he could probably give me a name or a source.
 

toddz

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Anyone have a contact @ Currie before I "cold call"?

I am looking to get a new set of axles in the Ranger for San Felipe, and thought I'd start here first.
9 inch Ford, out of a Lincoln, needs new axles, and 5/8 inch studs, on 5 on 51/2 pattern.

-Gabe
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Gabe:

If you call Currie, ask for Kent Anderson. He's a buddy of mine from way back and a super guy to work with.

Todd Z.
 
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