The RockJock® 60 high pinion crate axle for the Jeep® JK is built to the legendary Currie Standard with a long list of exclusive standard features and innovation that make it the clear choice for serious off-road adventure. Built around the stout Currie radius bottom center section, the RockJock 60 is designed to slide over obstacles with ease. With its thick reinforced center section, large diameter tubes and semi-floating 40-spline axles, the RockJock 60 rear axle deliver superior strength for years of dependable service.
Estimated Lead Time - 6 to 8 Weeks
The RockJock® 60 high pinion crate axle for the 2007 and newer Jeep JK Wrangler, is a complete bolt-in axle assembly with all required brackets and mounts in place. The vehicles factory drive shaft will require modification or replacement to accommodate the larger 60 series housing and 1350 series u-joint.
Built to the legendary Currie Standard with exclusive features including:
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ABS Sensors - Does not include ABS sensors, the factory sensors from the stock axle must be retained and installed on the RockJock housing
Computer Programming: 2012 and newer vehicles require a computer programmer, such as the AEV ProCal Module to reset the gear ratio and tire height in the vehicle's computer for proper function of the vehicles stability control and transmission shift points.
Brake Components: Does not include rear disk brake rotors or calipers, mounting brackets are designed to reuse the stock rotors and calipers from the vehicle.
Wheel Bolt Pattern: Axles are dual patterns drilled, 5 on 5” with wheel studs installed and 5 on 5 ½” (holes only) to match a RockJock 60 front.
Wheel Studs: Includes 1/2 inch wheel studs.
Wheel and Tire Size - 17-inch of larger wheels are required for proper clearance of the brake calipers. Maximum recommended tire size is 37 inches for semi-floating axles.
Overall Width: Axle width is 68.750 inches (+3.375 inches over stock) between wheel mounting surfaces, provides increased tire clearance for large tires.