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This photo illustrates the difference in pinion height between a standard 9-inch (left) and a Currie High-Pinion (right). Moving the pinion up 3 1/2 inches can make a big improvement in driveline angles, especially in short-wheelbase vehicles. The trade-off is that the high-pinion axle isn't as strong when used as a rear axle.