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Old 08-01-2013, 09:02 AM
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Anti-sway bars

I have a stock 2 door Wrangler Sport 2012. What is the best anti-sway? It rocks around a lot with the high winds in Wyoming. Or may some other suggestions to stiffen it up a little. I don't mind the soft ride it is the rocki g and rolling.
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Old 08-01-2013, 09:29 AM   #2
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IMO, ORO sway lock in front and Currie in the rear...perfect on and offroad.

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IMO, ORO sway lock in front and Currie in the rear...perfect on and offroad.
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kjeeper, you should check out the ORO ones. They are sweet!!

But yes, that is about your 3 options...

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ORO is pretty much like Teraflex ST 2 stage. I dont know which is cheaper but both are awesome.
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ORO is Very different...mounts in the stock location so the bash bar can be cut off and a simple lever to use...IMO Only way to go for someone who wants the best on and off road performance.
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ORO is Very different...mounts in the stock location so the bash bar can be cut off and a simple lever to use...IMO Only way to go for someone who wants the best on and off road performance.
Not arguing but curious how it would be different? Teraflex installs the same way as ORO and swaybar can be locked and unlocked by turning a knob instead of a lever.Im referring to the Teraflex dual rate not the single that is comparable to Curries.
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Check out the Currie Anti-Rock sway bars.
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Check out the Currie Anti-Rock sway bars.
Those are the ones I was looking into.
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I have the front Currie Anti-Rock. Works awesome. Like to get the rear Anti-Rock also.
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I have the front Currie Anti-Rock. Works awesome. Like to get the rear Anti-Rock also.
Do you drive it on the road like a DD? If so, how is the sway now? Site and research says it doesn't hold as tight as a true sway bar but still can be driven on the street.
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The jeep is a daily driver. I read the same thing regarding the anti-rock before it was installed and had the same concerns. I didn't find it to be a whole lot different on the street, but I don't drive it like a sports car. My wife often drives the jeep and doesn't have any problems driving it.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any other questions.
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The jeep is a daily driver. I read the same thing regarding the anti-rock before it was installed and had the same concerns. I didn't find it to be a whole lot different on the street, but I don't drive it like a sports car. My wife often drives the jeep and doesn't have any problems driving it.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any other questions.
Exactly what I needed! Thank You!

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