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Currie 92001

Currie 9-Plus Heavy Duty Center Housing Notch Back Stock Style Cover with 3rd Member Studs Installed

272-92001

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$277.44
Currie 9-Plus Heavy Duty Center Housing Notch Back Stock Style Cover with 3rd Member Studs Installed $277.44
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9-Plus Heavy Duty Center Housing
  • Notch Back Stock Style Cover
  • with 3rd Member Studs Installed
  • Specifications:

    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Axle Housing Flanges Included
    No
    Axle Housing Material
    Mild steel
    Axle Housing Type
    Fabricated
    Axle Tube Diameter (in.)
    3
    Axle Tubes Cut to Fit
    No
    Breather Bung Included
    No
    Carrier Studs Included
    Yes
    Differential Cover Included
    No
    Drain Plug Included
    No
    Filler Plug Included
    No
    Spring Perches Included
    No
    Shipping Weight:
    .52
    Package Height:
    7.000
    Package Width:
    5.000
    Package Depth:
    2.000
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    BBLV-99770-16

    These brand-new axle housing center sections are the perfect starting point for your custom rear-end build.





    9-Plus Hot Rod Housing
    The popular 9-Plus Hot Rod Housing is similar to the early style 9-inch Ford stock housing, which are now nearly impossible to find. The 9-Plus model is made of premium grade forming steel with a slightly thicker gauge of steel for increased strength and rigidity. The ends are precision machined to accept a 3-inch O.D. x .188'' wall tube. A machined chamber is supplied on each end of the Hot Rod housing to provide a good weld joint. This style of housing is very popular for street rods, or other space limited vehicles, due to the fact that the shape of the housing provides increased clearance for mounting brackets and the routing of exhaust pipes.
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    Stock Cover
    The 9-Plus is also available in a heavy duty housing patterned after the later-style Ford 9-inch uni with the exception of the the axle tubes. The 9-Plus has been specifically formed to accept 3-inch O.D. tubes while the original Ford housings required a 3-1/4'' diameter tube . The 3-1/4'' tubes are not compatible with many of the commercially available brackets commonly welded to the axle tubes. The 9-Plus heavy duty housing is designed to permit the axle tubes to go into each side up to four inches for more rigidity. Slots are machined in the housing ends to provide additional welding contact. This housing is made of premium forming steel for wrinkle-free forming. This 9-Plus Housing is made of a slightly thicker gauge of steel than a stock 9-inch housing for more strength and stiffness, and a better base for welding brackets to the housing without distortion. This housing is commonly used in high powered street machines and professional racing applications.
    Smooth Cover
    The 9-Plus heavy duty housing is available with Smooth or Round Cover. Both are made from thicker material and are stronger and more accurate than the original Ford units made some 30 to 40 years ago.

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