Currie® 9-inch rearends for 1964 thru 1972 GM A-body vehicles provide a direct bolt-in solution for those looking to upgrade the rearend of their classic muscle car or restomod build. Currie 9-inch rearends are built to match the vehicles original equipment axle width, pinion location, suspension mounting points, and wheel bolt pattern - for a hassle-free installation that will get you driving fast!
Crate Axles - Fully assembled, vehicle-specific, bolt-in 9-inch rearends configured with the most popular gear ratios, differential types, brake packages, and finish to make ordering a breeze while keeping lead-times to a minimum
Rearend Builders - All the features of a Crate Axle, with the benefit of additional gear ratio options, differential types, gear polishing, finish colors, and more. So, if you’re looking for something just a little off the beaten path, but still want the bolt-in simplicity of a Crate Rearend, give the Rearend Builder a try
Housing and Axle Packages - Built to exacting standards to match the factory specifications for suspension mounting points, pinion location, overall axle width, and wheel bolt pattern, for an easy hassle-free installation. Housing and Axle packages are shipped as separate components and require assembly and additional parts to complete. If you’re converting to disc brakes or adding a big brake kit, some adaptation may be required
Direct Bolt-in Fit For 1964 thru 1972:
|Chevrolet:||Chevelle, Malibu, El Camino, Monte Carlo|
|Buick:||Skylark, Grand Sport|
|Oldsmobile:||Cutlass, 442, Vista Cruiser|
|Pontiac:||LeMans, GTO, Tempest, Grand Prix|
|GMC:||Sprint (El Camino)|
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Complete, ready to bolt-in Currie® 9-inch rearend for 1964 thru 1972 Chevelle, El Camino, Skylark, GTO, 442, and other GM A-body vehicles.
Select from a broad range of available options and upgrades to configure the perfect rearend for your build.
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Currie 9-inch Housing And Axle Package for 1964 thru 1972 Chevelle, El Camino, Skylark, GTO, 442 and other GM A-body vehicles