Jeeps lookin good man, Im glad I came across your build. Did you rear antirock and exhaust get in the way of your rear 4link when stuffed?
As far as the exhaust goes I have a turn down right after the muffler. I don't have a tube extending to the rear of the Jeep. I am not in an emissions testing/vehicle inspection area so I haven't been terribly concerned with that - yet. It is a bit louder, but making a foray to Denver where I can get to a shop with a tube bender or whatever to get the exhaust run has not been high on my list.
I did have to pay attention to how long the turn down was though since the UCA was close at the suspension drooped.
My rear Anti-Rock has been a work in progress. The tube that the torsion bar is mounted in sits just below the tub and above the parking brake mount. The UCA's are free and clear of that cross tube.
My current problem with the rear antirock is the arms. There are solutions to it, just weighing the options now and deciding whether or not its enough to care about right now. I took what started as the TJ bolt on kit and switched it around and put it in front of the axle with a universal tube.
The reason I have the arms pointed up into the wheel well and not level (or closer to) is that the heim joints are extremely close to hitting the coil retainer as they droop out. Right now they are not hitting, but that is why I had them canted up so the arm could could drop.
My problem is being created by the axle side brackets. Right now they are welded on to the rear of the axle pointing toward where original bolt on kit was mounted. I know that if I cut them off and put them on the front of the axle pointing toward the anti rock in its current location all of my problems would be solved. I haven't wanted to do it though becuase I hope that rear D44 is short lived. I am working my way toward some heavier running gear.
As far as full stuff, I have not been able to get the arm to contact the upper inside of the wheel well.