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Ok, so I have a little bit of a different setup. I have a 92 YJ but the guy who had it before me did a coil conversion kit. I have since ripped all that out and had a custom long-arm kit for it front and rear. I have an anti-rock up front and don't have a rear sway bar. I get violent body roll in moab on anything of a slant left or right. My whole jeep leans to the downhill slope causing the uphill side of the vehicle to get tippy very quickly. I have recently replaced the old crappy shocks with Bilstein 5100's which helped out a little bit. However the coils I have are pretty soft (old pro comp's). But my question is will a rear Currie Antirock help out my violent body roll?

Any advise would be great.
 

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Well let me try, I do not know just what a Currie Antirock is, But if it is an antie sway bar of some type, it should help a lot, but you will louse some wheel travel!
 
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