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Jeep JK Rock Jock Centersection - Ironman Jocks

Posted in How To: Transmission Drivetrain on September 1, 2007 Comment (0)
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Jeep JK Rock Jock Centersection - Ironman Jocks
Photographers: Currie Enterprises
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When Currie's aluminum Rock Jock debuted a few years ago, it came on the market as a great com-petitor's axle. Its lightweight SAE 206-T6 aluminum centersection (26 pounds!) mixed with hardcore heavy-duty parts gave many of its owners a winning advantage over standard axles with their covers slung in a vulnerable position. It found a home in many trail rigs as well, and we even know people who drive daily on them.

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But aluminum axles are generally not recommended for your everyday street truck or Jeep. So Currie decided to introduce a new, more competitively priced ductile iron Rock Jock centersection that still weighs in at less than a standard Dana 60 pumpkin, keeps the differential cover at 60 degrees (true to the Rock Jock design), and maintains the highest ground clearance (for a 60) on the market.

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Currie Enterprises
Corona, CA 92880

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