The Currie 9-inch rear axle assembly for 1967 thru 1977 Ford Bronco features our high-strength Centurion housing with classic looks and a broad range of available options and upgrades to create the perfect axle for your project build
- Currie Centurion High-Strength 9-Inch Notchback Housing
- Currie Nodular Iron Gear Case with Daytona Pinion Support and 1350 Yoke
- Currie 35-Spline Axles with Tapered Bearings
- Factory 5 on 5.5 in. Wheel Bolt Pattern with 1/2 in. Studs
- Choice of Differential and Gear Ratio
- Choice of Brake Package for 15 or 17-Inch wheels
- Satin Black Powder Coat for Long Lasting Protection
- Professionally Setup and Fully-Assembled
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Currie axle assemblies for 1967 thru 1977 Broncos are offered with your choice of popular differential types, gear ratios, and brake options, making it easy to customize the package to meet almost any need and built to match the Bronco's stock axle width, pinion offset, suspension mounting locations, and wheel bolt pattern for a straightforward, hassle-free installation.
Built to the legendary Currie Standard with features that include:
- Currie Centurion 9-inch notchback heavy-duty housing with billet Torino style large axle bearing ends
- Currie nodular iron center section with iron big bearing pinion support and 1350 pinion yoke.
- Currie Performance 35-spline 1541 alloy axles with vehicle-specific bolt pattern and stud size
- Built to OE specification to match factory Bronco suspension fitment and overall width.
- Heavy-duty 2 1/4” wide leaf spring pads are installed in the stock location for an easy bolt-in installation
- Currie Heavy duty (1/4” thick) bearing retainer plates for superior strength
- Choice of popular differential type, gear ratio, and pinion yoke
- Disk brake kits to match performance requirements
Lubrication Requirements - 9-inch rearends use a high-offset hypoid gear design that requires a sever duty gear oil with API GL-6 rating. Use of oil not meeting the GL-6 rating will damage the gears and bearings and void the Currie Warranty.
Driveshaft- A replacement driveshaft with the correct length and larger 1350 yoke is required.
Aftermarket Brakes - Currie crate rearends conform to the ABCS (Aftermarket Brake Configuration Standard). This allows brake kits that use this standard to easily be changed or upgraded without modifying the housing or axles. ABCS brakes use a 2.5” brake space with late-model big bearing Ford housing ends and a 2.80 register for the brake.
Bolt Pattern/Wheel Studs - Axles are supplied with the stock 5 on 5 1/2" wheel bolt pattern with 1/2' studs installed.