It'll be a while before I'm back on the trail since I toasted my t-case this past weekend on another
trail run (I'll post pictures soon
). Snap some pix of Evan's Creek for me, will ya Cmoore?
The Anti-rock is working out great
, JeepN2! I love it. There is definitely more body roll on road but I really don't notice it any more. The TJ will lean further in the corners but the Anti-rock does work as a swaybar and once the Jeep takes a set does just fine. After about a month of driving mostly on the weekends I don't really notice it on there any more. Yet I get a lot of wheel travel and I don't have to touch it coming and going from the trails. That a lone makes it worth it in my opinion, especially if's it's cold and raining out and you're Jeep is covered in mud!
Offroad it really helps with traction by balancing the TJ's body movements between the front/rear axles. Our club president says he really dislikes the feel of his TJ on the trail with ONLY the front swaybar disconnected. Says the body is all over the place and it's not always convenient to disco the rear swaybar.
Yeah, Jeff has a Landcruiser with a 500 ci Cadilac V8 under the hood. It's pretty raw but does well. Lockers at both ends, I think.
I hadn't heard about the girl but I'm not surprised. The guys we met Friday night nearly lost their Toyota p/u down the 60th cliff because they'd been drinking. They had 3-4 beers right before hitting the trail in pitch black night conditions, but hey, they were "only a little buzzed." Sometimes people do some foolish things and get themselves hurt. I really hope she's ok, though.