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06-26-2010 03:23 PM
Ray - San Jose For clarity, I moved the response to the parent thread about rubbing the sway bar.

CLICKIE
06-26-2010 02:30 PM
Ray - San Jose I just pulled my sway bar, and I'M just barely off the frame at full articulation. So no room for a Currie either. I took a pic, but my phone decided not to save it. Apparently the info I'd gotten was wrong. You can't run disconnected with 33 10.5x15 on stock wheels (2.5 OME and 1.25 JKS). Unless of course you're brave enough to run without a sway bar. Guess I'll just leave it connected for now, and possibly change out the wheels at a later date I'm not brave enough to run without some form of sway control.
06-26-2010 01:41 PM
Jerry Bransford Why would you not have room for an Antirock?
06-26-2010 01:20 PM
Ray - San Jose Sweet, thanks for the numbers. Now to pull my sway bar and see if I have the room for a Currie.
06-26-2010 11:23 AM
FguyTJ 3/4" for the majority of it till the frame heads inward towards the engine, and its 1-1/2" at the end of the arm.
06-26-2010 01:17 AM
Ray - San Jose No one?

Even emailed Currie, still no response.
06-24-2010 05:09 PM
Ray - San Jose
For those with the Currie Antirock...

How far away from the frame is the outside of the arms? My factory sway bar sticks out about 2.5" at it's farthest point from the frame. From the pics I've seen, the Currie looks a lot closer to the frame, but I can't tell how close.

Of course the measurements from a TJ would be prefered

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