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Old 04-15-2012, 09:08 PM   #1
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I have a antirock ?? before I order

Im fixing to order a antirock and can't wait till monday to ask the question.
I've been looking at pix's and searching on the web. And i want to make sure i order it right.

What i have noticed is my cross member that the rod goes through has a flat top to it and all the pix and jeeps i've looked at are round.
Am I missing something?

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Old 04-15-2012, 09:10 PM   #2
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Old 04-15-2012, 09:13 PM   #3
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No, you are not missing a thing! The round white plastic/nylon piece that fits into the cross member has a flat spot on the inner side that fits the odd shape. You are seeing the round outer lip that fits snug against the cross member. The Antirock torsion bar fits inside the nylon pieces.

Order it. It's one of my favorite mods.
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Nope all of our front cross members have a flat spot...the plastic(?) busings that are part of the anti rock have a flat spot specifically for that cross member.
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No, you are not missing a thing! The round white plastic/nylon piece that fits into the cross member has a flat spot on the inner side that fits the odd shape. You are seeing the round outer lip that fits snug against the cross member. The Antirock torsion bar fits inside the nylon pieces.

Order it. It's one of my favorite mods.
damn you beat me too it.
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Old 04-15-2012, 09:28 PM   #6
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Awesome. thanks guys.
maybe it's time for a eye appt
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Old 04-15-2012, 09:49 PM   #7
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Ordered.
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Old 04-15-2012, 11:37 PM   #9
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do any of you have pics of this on?
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Old 04-15-2012, 11:58 PM   #12
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Sounds like Redsand will hook you up in the morning however if you click on my "Jeep Profile" then click the photo to the right you can kind of see it on my Heep.
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Old 04-16-2012, 12:24 PM   #14
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I was thinking about purchasing one of these but use my Jeep as a daily driver and on frequent long highway trips to go kayaking. Does anyone use their jeep as a daily driver with this installed or is there just too much roll allowed?
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Looks like im going to need to raise the mount on the axal side.
my tie rod is hitting it now, just a little.

should have got 2 day shipping. takes 5 days for me to get stuff from California
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I was thinking about purchasing one of these but use my Jeep as a daily driver and on frequent long highway trips to go kayaking. Does anyone use their jeep as a daily driver with this installed or is there just too much roll allowed?
Works perfectly for a DD. Has several different settings to adjust for whatever type of driving you do.

As stated above it is a good mod and well worth the money. I also recommend the Currectlync sttering as well if you are running 33's or bigger.
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Works perfectly for a DD. Has several different settings to adjust for whatever type of driving you do.

As stated above it is a good mod and well worth the money. I also recommend the Currectlync sttering as well if you are running 33's or bigger.
Thanks I have been on the fence about this for a while now. May just go ahead and get it now!
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I have the currie steering already and there track bar and... Well it's easer to just say its all currie stuff. I have just been getting pieces as I go along. And now it's
ANTIROCK's turn. Whoop whoop
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I was thinking about purchasing one of these but use my Jeep as a daily driver and on frequent long highway trips to go kayaking. Does anyone use their jeep as a daily driver with this installed or is there just too much roll allowed?
I DD mine about 100 miles a day, and that's a mix of highway and back road/mountain road driving. If anything, the AR has increased the handling of my TJ. There is no way I would go back to the stock sway bar now. For reference, I run mine in the loosest setting.

Plus you get to stand around and watch the other guys fool with their disconnects after a long day of wheeling.
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Here's some pics
So the arms keep the bar centered
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So the arms keep the bar centered
Correct. The design does not allow the bar to move side to side, like the stock swaybar does.
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Can't wait. Should be here in a few more days
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LOLz, he was so excited the picture is fuzzy. I don't blame ya. Now you need to get it installed and Dirty
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Old 04-20-2012, 07:55 PM   #27
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I'm over 40 and got 5 kids.
I know it's sad but cool jeep parts make me happy the most , now a days
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sweet. We will need poser flex pics after the install.
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Old 04-21-2012, 07:44 PM   #29
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It's on! It's on!
I haven't had a chance to try it out.
I have sold my house and are packing. So wile the women are out geting boxes I did the install.

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