10. While the frame was being cut and welded, the axle was delivered to the pros at Currie Enterprises. There, it was disassembled for shortening, new gears, and powdercoating. The first step was to remove the C-clips and pull the axles out of the tubes. Removed next, the rear brakes were discarded to make room for the big Baer brakes, and the gears were set aside.