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Old 07-15-2010, 04:47 PM   #1
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I don't have it, but all the reviews I have read about it were good. If you do a lot of off-roading I'd say go for it. If you are mostly on the road and wheel only occasionally I would suggest the JKS Quicker disconnects. Cheaper too. Remember that Currie says this at the bottom of the ad: "Beware that body roll will increase on-road over stock sway bars."
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Same here. I don't have it, but everything Currie makes is good stuff. I've heard great things about the Anti-Rock, so other than being aware of a bit more body-roll on the road, I'd say go for it.
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I have the ORO SwayLOC, it's very similar to the Currie.
I think it is by far the best mod that I have done to my rig.

I know a number of people who have used the Currie Anti Rock system and have yet to hear a complaint about it. Everyone seems to love it.
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I have the ORO SwayLOC, it's very similar to the Currie.
I think it is by far the best mod that I have done to my rig.

I know a number of people who have used the Currie Anti Rock system and have yet to hear a complaint about it. Everyone seems to love it.
I also run the SwayLOC, it's one of my top 3 mods. Great investment. The Antirock is like the SwayLOC on its "soft" setting.
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Skyjacker's kit is nothing more than a glorified uber-expensive quick disconnect. All that big knob does is completely disconnect the antiswaybar, the exact same thing that far cheaper disconnects do... no more, no less.

For Currie's Antirock, which provides an incredible offroad improvement over being fully connected or completely disconnected, that's a great way to go. I would not pay extra for aluminum arms, their standard kit is fine.

Quadratec's pricing is always higher for both the product and shipping, I would instead buy them from Gerald at Savvy Offroad where you can get them for less $$$. Tell him I sent you, he'll give you a discount.
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I have the Currie I really like the set up ..but it is mushy in the turns on the street
a good friend just put on the Teraflex system on his Jeep you can turn a knob to lock it in or out.... works very slick he like it plus on the street it's like stock
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I have the Currie I really like the set up ..but it is mushy in the turns on the street
a good friend just put on the Teraflex system on his Jeep you can turn a knob to lock it in or out.... works very slick he like it plus on the street it's like stock
Again, like Skyjacker's, that is nothing more than a fancy uber-expensive quick disconnect system. It only either completely locks or completely disconnects the front antiswaybar. It does nothing for you offroad like Currie's Antirock does.

I run my Antirock on its loosest setting and I wouldn't consider it mushy feeling at all. In fact, with my OME Nitrocharger shocks, it handles pretty darned well even with with the Antirock on its loosest setting.

I'm betting it's your shocks that are mostly responsible for that mushy feeling.

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