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Old 04-23-2011, 07:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My Currie Rock Jock install

I picked up my rear Currie Rock Jock yesterday from RWK Haus Supply in Yorba Linda. Great service, very easy to deal with.

I will update as I do the install.

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Old 04-23-2011, 08:14 PM   #3 (permalink)
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#1 How do you take the cover off the RJ if the truss system covers the top bolts? What a pain in the ass.

#2 Do you even wheel that thing? Seriously though it's kinda high, don't ya think?

#3 What are you doing for the upper link mounts on the axle?
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#1 How do you take the cover off the RJ if the truss system covers the top bolts? What a pain in the ass.

#2 Do you even wheel that thing? Seriously though it's kinda high, don't ya think?

#3 What are you doing for the upper link mounts on the axle?


#1 yes it's a little pain to take the cover off

#2 yes and no it is not to high








#3 I'm running the Full Traction Long Arm kit. The upper triangulated bar will mount the the bridge. I have to fab a bracket.

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That's more like it

Rock on man, did you destroy the rear 44 yet?
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That's more like it

Rock on man, did you destroy the rear 44 yet?
It's not to bad. 1 cracked shock mount and a bad locker.

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Nice looking axle. I must ask why you bought it from RWK? I live in Yorba Linda. Were they cheaper than direct from Currie?

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#1 How do you take the cover off the RJ if the truss system covers the top bolts? What a pain in the ass.
x2 looks like you have to remove the truss along with the brake lines??? That is a PITA...looks like a pretty badass setup besides that though. Goodluck with it.

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Nice looking axle. I must ask why you bought it from RWK? I live in Yorba Linda. Were they cheaper than direct from Currie?

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Yes RWK was cheaper. Robert had the best price that I could find. Real easy to deal with. Always returned my calls and emails. He gave me different options and got it just how I wanted it.

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