A visit to Currie Enterprises is the focus of this month’s Shop Talk, and this legendary company more than deserves a conversation. As an industry leader for over 54 years, Currie has come a long way since their humble beginnings. Frank Currie began designing and building differentials for material-handling equipment way back in 1959. The industrious Frank worked out of his garage, fabricating and assembling rear-ends for personnel carriers, electric carts, tugs, scissor lifts and other specialty vehicles. By 1964, the Currie manufacturing facility moved into a 5,000-square-foot building in Placentia, California. For years, this served as home until 2012, when the company relocated to a bigger and more efficient building.

Today Currie Enterprises occupies a 40,000 square foot complex in Corona, California, where the company continues to grow in size and product line. They now have nearly 50 employees and boast a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. The company designs, builds, modify, tests, sells, and installs rear-end and drive-train products all under one roof. What was once the dream of Frank and Evelyn Currie has become the most recognized name in specialty rear-ends and components.

Currie Enterprises is preparing for the future by redesigning and manufacturing the components needed to continue offering complete rear-ends that exceed the original cores in strength, quality, durability, and versatility. Currie Enterprises has long been known for making the best rear-ends and components money can buy and they certainly spare no expense in creating rear-ends for a multitude of applications. They proudly stand behind each and every application that leaves their facility, and you can be rest assured that a purchase from them will last you in the long run.

No matter your issue, bring them your problem and Currie Enterprises will create the perfect solution for your needs. For your custom applications, give their experienced sales staff a call or visit them on the web to find your application. If you call, make sure to tell them that you saw their product in Lowrider Magazine!