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Unread 08-10-2007, 08:22 AM   #1
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Currie Anti-Rock on a YJ?

Has anyone successfully adapted a TJ Anti-Rock kit to a YJ? I have heard the arms are just too short... Thanks in advance for any help?!

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Yes, it's been done.

Call my good friend Chris Overacker. Pics and phone number are here.

http://www.code4x4.com/my_jeeps/index.html
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Most guys will tell you that it is not needed on a YJ. Kindof a waste of money. I looked into it a few years ago because I was sick of disconnecting and reconnecting.

I spoke to the guys at Currie when they were at the off road expo and they told me it would easily work. All you need is a different bushing that goes in the bumper tube, which is where the cross bar goes. The TJ is D shaped and the YJ is round.
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Most guys will tell you that it is not needed on a YJ. Kindof a waste of money.
I'm working my way through some chassis control issues with my particular setup, and I think the Anti-Rock is my ticket...

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I spoke to the guys at Currie when they were at the off road expo and they told me it would easily work. All you need is a different bushing that goes in the bumper tube, which is where the cross bar goes. The TJ is D shaped and the YJ is round.
Interesting... They didn't happen to mention the length of the arms or anything like that being an issue?
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Interesting... They didn't happen to mention the length of the arms or anything like that being an issue?
No. As you know the arm length is adjustable anyway. You should probably call them directly and ask and also inquire as to whether they can make you a set of bushings that are round so they will fit in the bumper tube. If I recall they were going to make me a set for $15 or $20.

As you know, the anti rock is basically just a soft swaybar. If you have leafs in the front a lot of guys take the sway bar off entirely. I'm not one of them, but...

I did the JK swaybar...http://jeepforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=358591
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