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64-72 GM A-Body 9-Inch Rear End Builder


Complete, ready-to-bolt-in Currie® 9-inch rear end for 1964 thru 1972 Chevelle, El Camino, Skylark, GTO, 442, and other GM A-body vehicles.


Select from a broad range of options and upgrades to configure the perfect rear-end for your build.


Details:

  • Currie Centurion High-Strength 9-Inch Notchback Housing with Flush Drain Plug
  • Suspension Bracketry Installed allows for factory suspension installation
  • Aftermarket Coil-over Systems May Require Modification to Install. Call for More Information
  • Currie Sportsman Nodular Iron Gear Case with Iron Daytona Big Bearing Pinion Support
  • Upgraded 1350 Nodular Iron Pinion Yoke
  • Currie 31-Spline Axles with Tapered Bearings
  • Stock 5 on 4 3/4 in. Wheel Bolt Pattern with 7/16 in. Studs with optional upgrades to 35-Spline and 1/2 in. Studs
  • Choice of Differential Type
  • Choice of Gear Ratio
  • Choice of Brake Package
  • Professionally Setup and Shipped Fully-Assembled

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$4,163.00

Currie 9-inch rear ends for 1964 thru 1972 Chevelle, El Camino, Malibu, Cutlass, Skylark, GTO, 442, Gran Sport, Tempest, and other A-body vehicles are complete, ready-to-bolt-in assemblies with a choice of axle size, differential type, gear ratio, and brake option, making it easy to customize the package to meet almost any need

Currie rear ends are built to match the vehicle's stock axle width, pinion offset, suspension mounting locations, and wheel bolt pattern for a straightforward, hassle-free installation

 

Available Rear-end Features

  Currie Centurion Housing - Classic notchback looks in a new, high-strength, American-made housing that features 3-inch diameter axle tubes and CNC machined face flange for a flat leak-free seal - all joined together with strong and attractive welds
     
  Drain Plug - This standard feature makes routine maintenance so much easier - no more removing the brakes, axles, and the third member for a simple oil change
     
  Currie Sportsman Case - New nodular iron gear case with Daytona big bearing pinion support and 1350 yoke is the perfect foundation for a performance restomod build - no used or reconditioned parts here!
     
  Master Bearing Kit - High-quality bearings and performance seals are used throughout to provide a long, trouble-free service life
     
  Suspension Brackets - New coil spring pads and control arm mounts are installed in the OEM locations for a direct bolt-in fit
     
  Billet Housing Ends - Currie billet late model Ford Torino large bearing housing ends are CNC machined for accuracy and feature provisions for internal or external axle oil seals
     
  Alloy Axles - Currie Performance 31-spline 1541 alloy axles with tapered axle bearings feature vehicle correct bolt pattern and wheel studs
     
  Bearing Retainers - Heavy-duty retainers assure positive bearing retention and full seal engagement for a long, trouble-free, leak-free service life. *Aftermarket brake kits typically utilize proprietary bearing retainers
     
  Professional Assembly - Every rear-end is fully assembled in-house by our skilled professionals and shipped ready to install

 

 

Options To Complete The Build

  Gear Cases - Select from a range of gear cases in nodular iron or aluminum to match the performance and weight requirements of your build
     
Ring and Pinion Set   Gear Ratio - Select from a wide variety of ratios, Currie uses only the highest quality Motive Gear Performance® series (Orange box) ring and pinion sets in our 9-inch crate rear-ends
     
Differential Options   Differential - Select the differential type that meets your traction needs, including helical gear or clutch-style limited-slip, automatic locking differential, or steel spool
     
Brake Options   Brake Package - Select from a range of brake options from classic 11-inch drums to 14-inch Baer and Wilwood disk brakes that are capable of meeting any performance requirement
     
Isotropic Gear Polishing   REM® Isotropic Polishing - Removes surface imperfections created during the gear manufacturing process. Polishing eliminates the need for a break-in period, decreases friction, reduces operating temps, and removes stress risers. This option helps gears last longer and run quieter
     
Powder Coat   Powder Coat - Optional powder coat finish adds long-lasting protection against rust and corrosion to keep your rear-end looking its best

 

 

NOTES:

Lubrication Requirements - 9-inch rear ends use a high-offset hypoid gear design requiring severe duty gear oil with API GL-6 rating. Use of oil not meeting the GL-6 rating will prematurely wear gears and bearings and void the Currie Warranty

1967 Chevelle - 64-66 Chevelles had a flat spring pad on the housing, used up to early 67. This housing may be used in your 67, but you must first check the spring pad type to make sure it is the right one for your vehicle

Aftermarket Brakes - Currie crate rear ends 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-inch brake space with late-model big-bearing Ford housing ends and a 2.80 center hole in the drum or rotor

Wheel Studs - Currie crate rear ends use standardized-shank Currie Enterprises wheel studs that allow the following wheel studs to be interchangeable in the axles, without drilling:  12mm, 7/16, 1/2, and 1/2 x 3-inch competition

Aftermarket Coil-over Conversions - Aftermarket coil-over conversions are a popular modification for this vehicle. While we have yet to test all the available kits on the market, we know some may require modification to fit the stronger-designed Currie bracketry. For more information regarding what changes may be necessary and for a list of coil-over brackets we have tested, please contact technical support. 

Currie 9-inch rear ends for 1964 thru 1972 Chevelle, El Camino, Malibu, Cutlass, Skylark, GTO, 442, Gran Sport, Tempest, and other A-body vehicles are complete, ready-to-bolt-in assemblies with a choice of axle size, differential type, gear ratio, and brake option, making it easy to customize the package to meet almost any need

Currie rear ends are built to match the vehicle's stock axle width, pinion offset, suspension mounting locations, and wheel bolt pattern for a straightforward, hassle-free installation

 

Available Rear-end Features

  Currie Centurion Housing - Classic notchback looks in a new, high-strength, American-made housing that features 3-inch diameter axle tubes and CNC machined face flange for a flat leak-free seal - all joined together with strong and attractive welds
     
  Drain Plug - This standard feature makes routine maintenance so much easier - no more removing the brakes, axles, and the third member for a simple oil change
     
  Currie Sportsman Case - New nodular iron gear case with Daytona big bearing pinion support and 1350 yoke is the perfect foundation for a performance restomod build - no used or reconditioned parts here!
     
  Master Bearing Kit - High-quality bearings and performance seals are used throughout to provide a long, trouble-free service life
     
  Suspension Brackets - New coil spring pads and control arm mounts are installed in the OEM locations for a direct bolt-in fit
     
  Billet Housing Ends - Currie billet late model Ford Torino large bearing housing ends are CNC machined for accuracy and feature provisions for internal or external axle oil seals
     
  Alloy Axles - Currie Performance 31-spline 1541 alloy axles with tapered axle bearings feature vehicle correct bolt pattern and wheel studs
     
  Bearing Retainers - Heavy-duty retainers assure positive bearing retention and full seal engagement for a long, trouble-free, leak-free service life. *Aftermarket brake kits typically utilize proprietary bearing retainers
     
  Professional Assembly - Every rear-end is fully assembled in-house by our skilled professionals and shipped ready to install

 

 

Options To Complete The Build

  Gear Cases - Select from a range of gear cases in nodular iron or aluminum to match the performance and weight requirements of your build
     
Ring and Pinion Set   Gear Ratio - Select from a wide variety of ratios, Currie uses only the highest quality Motive Gear Performance® series (Orange box) ring and pinion sets in our 9-inch crate rear-ends
     
Differential Options   Differential - Select the differential type that meets your traction needs, including helical gear or clutch-style limited-slip, automatic locking differential, or steel spool
     
Brake Options   Brake Package - Select from a range of brake options from classic 11-inch drums to 14-inch Baer and Wilwood disk brakes that are capable of meeting any performance requirement
     
Isotropic Gear Polishing   REM® Isotropic Polishing - Removes surface imperfections created during the gear manufacturing process. Polishing eliminates the need for a break-in period, decreases friction, reduces operating temps, and removes stress risers. This option helps gears last longer and run quieter
     
Powder Coat   Powder Coat - Optional powder coat finish adds long-lasting protection against rust and corrosion to keep your rear-end looking its best

 

 

NOTES:

Lubrication Requirements - 9-inch rear ends use a high-offset hypoid gear design requiring severe duty gear oil with API GL-6 rating. Use of oil not meeting the GL-6 rating will prematurely wear gears and bearings and void the Currie Warranty

1967 Chevelle - 64-66 Chevelles had a flat spring pad on the housing, used up to early 67. This housing may be used in your 67, but you must first check the spring pad type to make sure it is the right one for your vehicle

Aftermarket Brakes - Currie crate rear ends 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-inch brake space with late-model big-bearing Ford housing ends and a 2.80 center hole in the drum or rotor

Wheel Studs - Currie crate rear ends use standardized-shank Currie Enterprises wheel studs that allow the following wheel studs to be interchangeable in the axles, without drilling:  12mm, 7/16, 1/2, and 1/2 x 3-inch competition

Aftermarket Coil-over Conversions - Aftermarket coil-over conversions are a popular modification for this vehicle. While we have yet to test all the available kits on the market, we know some may require modification to fit the stronger-designed Currie bracketry. For more information regarding what changes may be necessary and for a list of coil-over brackets we have tested, please contact technical support. 

Products specifications
Vehicle Fitment 64-72 GM A-Body Vehicles (Chevelle, El Camino, Malibu, Monte Carlo (70-72), Cutlass, 442, Vista Cruiser, Skylark, Grand Sport, LeMans, GTO, Grand Prix, Tempest, Sprint)
Housing Currie Centurion heavy-duty 9-inch housing with 3-inch diameter x .188 wall DOM tube
Center Section Currie Sportsman nodular iron case with Daytona style big bearing pinion support
Pinion Yoke 1350 nodular iron yoke
Axles Currrie Performance 1541 alloy 31-spline axles
Housing Ends Billet Torino style late model large bearing
Axle Bearings Set 20 Tapered roller bearing
Bearing Retainers .250 thick heavy-duty plates, finished in gold zinc plating
Control Arm Mounts OEM Rubber Bushings Installed In Upper Mounts
Suspension Brackets Matched to OEM fitment and locations
Wheel Bolt Pattern 5 on 4 3/4" with 7/16" studs installed
Brake Space 2.5 inches (axle standoff)
Width 64-67 = 60 inches / 68-72 = 61.250 inches (between wheel mounting surfaces)
Oil Capacity 3 quarts of 85w-140, non-synthetic (API GL-6 rated only)