Currie Extreme 60 - Jeep JK Front Crate Axle

Currie Extreme 60 - Jeep JK Front Crate Axle

from 7,796.00

The Extreme 60 high pinion front crate axle is simply the strongest 60 series axle that we offer, designed for extreme off-road use with up to 40-inch tires and V8 conversion horsepower. The Extreme 60 is built to the legendary Currie Standard and loaded with exclusive features including a heavy reinforced radius bottom center section with ring gear load bolt, large 3.5-inch axle tubes plus much more. If you seek out the most challenging routes and toughest obstacles to conquer, then the Extreme 60 is the crate axle of choice.

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ABS Sensors - Does not include ABS sensors, the factory sensors from the stock axle must be retained and installed on the RockJock housing
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 proper function of the vehicles stability control and transmission shift points

Brake Upgrade: The big brake kit included with the Extreme 60 uses 13.25-inch rotors with dual-piston calipers to provide the stopping power required for 37-inch and larger tires. For the larger calipers to function correctly the stock booster and master cylinder must be upgraded

Wheel and Tire Size: 17-inch or larger wheels are required for proper clearance of the brake calipers. Maximum recommended tire size is 40-inches

Wheel Bolt Pattern: Requires wheels with 5 on 5 1/2"

Wheel Studs: Includes 1/2 inch wheel studs

Overall Width: Axle width is 70-inches (+4.6 inches over stock) between wheel mounting surfaces. Additional width improves turning angle with 37-inch and larger tires

Steering Stabilizer: Ram assist brackets are not compatible with and exclude the use of conventional steering stabilizers

Differential Carriers: Carriers provided by Currie for the Extreme 60, are turned down to 8.300" O.D. for load bolt clearance. If a standard O.D. carrier is installed the load bolt will need to be backed out to prevent damage