Our Currie Project 44 GrizzlyCon Jeep 4x4 school project Poses on Gold Mountain. With the Falken WildPeak A/T 37x12.50R17 tires.
The Currie Project 44 GrizzlyCon uses the Currie RockJock® high pinion 44 front axle assembly with an ARB air locker. This product is an all new, heavy duty 44 made 100% by Currie. The drag link and tie rod are stock JK, but have since been replaced by Currie’s Currectlink Heavey Duty Steering System for the JK.
The Currie Project 44 GrizzlyCon uses the 4” lift Currie Rock Jock suspension, with heavy duty trailing arm and Currie Jonny Joints.
The Currie Project 44 GrizzlyCon also uses the Currie AntiRock Joff Road Sway Bars front and rear. The sway bars do not need to be disconnected when you hit the trail. You get a little more body roll on the highway, but great articulation and a smoother ride on the rocks and trails.
The Currie RockJock® high pinion 44 front axle assembly is dressed up and protected by the Currie Dana 44 diff cover.
Our Currie Project 44 GrizzlyCon Jeep 4x4 school project has more upgrades. Since we run many black diamond trails, we need heavey duty parts in the suspension, driveline and steering. Currie Enterprises has all the right stuff. The Currie RockJock® high pinion 44 is an all new, heavy duty 44 made 100% by Currie. Our casting is a heavy duty, ductile iron piece that uses the larger JK high pinion 44 gears only. These gears feature a larger ring gear than a standard 44 as well as a 29 spline Dana 60 size pinion gear. Tubes are 3" x .375" wall. all new heavy duty JK suspension brackets are mounted on this housing for an easy bolt in installation, all holes are drilled and threaded where applicable for factory reuse of the JK Rubicon's electric locker and Currie's forged JK knuckles are installed. These are completely custom-built units that are made-to-order to each customer's specifications and application. They provide a much stronger assembly than the factory front end in Jeep JK vehicles.
For suspension, we are using the 4” lift Currie Rock Jock, with the ultra heavey duty Currect-Link Steering with stronger tie rod ends, drag link and tie-rod. We also added the Currie AntiRock sway bars which are softer than stock but do not require disconnecting when you hit the trail. So far, after running several black diamond trils like Big Bear’s John Bull and Gold Mountain, plus some Johnson Valley Trails, everything is working great. We are also testing the Falken WildPeak A/T Tires (see seperate story) and we are now using the beautiful and highly functional Raceling Beadlock Wheels RT232 Monster.
Our Currie Project 44 GrizzlyCon Jeep 4x4 school project uses the Falken WildPeak A/T 37x12.50R17 tires. The tires work great in every condition we have encountered do far.