3. While the suspension was being grafted on, Currie was busy at work on an extreme rush order building Dana 60 axles for the front and rear. In the front, Currie utilized one of its famous RockJock housings, made with the differential cover sitting at a 60-degree angle to keep it from becoming a victim of a rock. The rear axle was a standard low-pinion Dana 60 housing, packed with an ARB 40-spline air locker. The rear was kept a low-pinion so that we were pushing on the strong side of the gear when going forward.