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post #1 of 10 Old 05-24-2004, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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Currie Anti-Rock

How do you guys like the currie anti-rock? On road and off.. I am getting one this week end and would like some feedback on how well it works...


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post #2 of 10 Old 05-24-2004, 08:29 PM
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Sean,

You'll be amazed with it off road. On road it will take some getting used to. I have mine set on the loosest setting, so it rocks pretty good, but I don't drive it every day. If you use the 2nd or 3rd setting it will be fine on road.

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It's one of the best trail-mods I've done to my TJ, you'll love it. I keep mine on the second-loosest setting and it's fine on the road.

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Thanks guys!, you 2 are the guys I wanted to hear from...

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As Jerry said its one of the best mods. If you do a lot of on road driving, I have found the stiffer setting is best. Then when you go off road, the loosest or one hole tighter works great.

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Man, I can't wait to get mine! It's 3 -6 weeks on backorder.....and only been 3 weeks so far

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As Jerry said its one of the best mods. If you do a lot of on road driving, I have found the stiffer setting is best. Then when you go off road, the loosest or one hole tighter works great.
How hard is it to change the settings at the trail head? (is it anywhere near a PITA as the disco's that come with teh RE kits?)

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How do you guys like the currie anti-rock? On road and off.. I am getting one this week end and would like some feedback on how well it works...
whats a currie anti rock?
sounds like some kindof anti sway device
link?
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whats a currie anti rock?
sounds like some kindof anti sway device
link?
It replaces your front sway bar setup:

http://www.rockcrawler.com/techrepor...rock/index.asp

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We just unbolt the linkage and place in the hole we want to run for the condition we are driving. It best to switch hole on flat ground and take a couple of tools.

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