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Old 02-16-2010, 07:19 AM   #1
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Anti Rock Question

I am still rolling on stock springs but I am considering the antirock bar from currie. Is it woth the money spent while still riding stock? Currently have JKS discos butI don't really like the vauge feeling when discoed and 3" springs are in the future pending funds stability. I have all 8 currie arms and a tuck 06 rubi lj.

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The Antirock is definitely a great upgrade & works far better offroad than being fully disco'd does. It is however made for Jeeps that have at least some lift height so to make it work, you'd only have to cut a bit of length off the links. Probably an inch off the top and bottom (they are threaded LH/RH) would be plenty. The angle of the antiswaybar arm is not critical, it only needs to be slightly above horizontal with 15 degrees being the usual goal.
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