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I'm looking to replace my D30. Who has the best deal on a built Currie 44?

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Try Savvy.

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I'm looking to replace my D30. Who has the best deal on a built Currie 44?
Why Currie?

Have you looked at ProRock?


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, ProComp 7069 17x9, Cooper STT Pro 37's, Warn M8000, ACE ProSeries Bumpers, RROR Skids, Poly Tie Rod and Drag Link, Ten Factory Chromoly Rear Axles
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I would Google around and read up on the customer service feedback for Teraflex, Solid, Dynatrac, G2, Currie, etc before settling on a brand.
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I have been doing research for a long time on axles. A lot of people in the industry that I talked to say currie. A lot of people at King of the hammers run currie. Granted most of these people are running 60s I have looked at Prorock but they cost a lot more that currie and G2. So right now I'm either going to do Currie or G2

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