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Currie CE-4026C Ford 9 Inch Nodular Third Member Carrier, 3.062
Currie CE-4026C Ford 9 Inch Nodular Third Member Carrier, 3.062

Currie CE-4026C Ford 9 Inch Nodular Third Member Carrier, 3.062

Ford 9 Inch, Grand National

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Currie CE-4026C Ford 9 Inch Nodular Third Member Carrier, 3.062
Currie CE-4026C Ford 9 Inch Nodular Third Member Carrier, 3.062
Currie CE-4026C Ford 9 Inch Nodular Third Member Carrier, 3.062
Currie CE-4026C Ford 9 Inch Nodular Third Member Carrier, 3.062
Currie CE-4026C Ford 9 Inch Nodular Third Member Carrier, 3.062
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Currie CE-4026C Ford 9 Inch Nodular Third Member Carrier, 3.062
Currie CE-4026C Ford 9 Inch Nodular Third Member Carrier, 3.062
Currie CE-4026C Ford 9 Inch Nodular Third Member Carrier, 3.062
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CE-4026c
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These brand new "N" cases are just like the original Ford castings with the exception of not having any date codes. Currie's 9-Plus Sportsman gear case is a 100% new unit cast out of 65,000 p.s.i. nodular iron.

They feature a 3.062" diameter carrier bearing so they may be used with 28, 31, or 33 spline axles. Cases include chrome moly carrier caps, cap bolts, spanner nuts, and spanner nut locks.

  • 3.062" diameter carrier bearing
  • Made in the U.S.A
  • Horsepower limit is approximately 600
  • Weighs 27.20 lbs
  • Sold each

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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