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post #1 of 9 Old 05-16-2013, 02:58 PM Thread Starter
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Have an Antirock? I need your help.

I'm looking for a few dimensions on an antirock if someone wouldn't mind measuring.

I'm looking for OD of the bar at the center and At the end as well as the distance from the top of the D shaped opening for the cross member to where the bar starts.

If anyone can grab any of these dimensions I would be grateful.


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Thanks Gerald. I'll be buying it from you either way, I'm just trying to find out if it will fit in my modified cross member

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Thanks Gerald. I'll be buying it from you either way, I'm just trying to find out if it will fit in my modified cross member
You shouldn't need to modify the cross member.


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My cross member is notched for a sunken winch mount already. I'm trying to figure out if I can run an antirock. The top 3/4 inches is notched at the center

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My cross member is notched for a sunken winch mount already. I'm trying to figure out if I can run an antirock. The top 3/4 inches is notched at the center
the bar on the antirock is wider on the outside edges than in the middle, the outside diameter is right about an inch, the whole cross member is about 3 inches for the d shaped plug, you should be fine.
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My cross member is notched for a sunken winch mount already. I'm trying to figure out if I can run an antirock. The top 3/4 inches is notched at the center
Doesn't matter. It would be very easy to have some UHMW machined up to fit the D shaped hole and then have the hole for the swaybar drilled lower.

That said, if you know that the cut-out is no more than 3/4", the drop center of the swaybar should easily clear that.

The ends of the bar are roughly 1 1/16 OD and the drop center is roughly .750.

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Doesn't matter. It would be very easy to have some UHMW machined up to fit the D shaped hole and then have the hole for the swaybar drilled lower.

That said, if you know that the cut-out is no more than 3/4", the drop center of the swaybar should easily clear that.

The ends of the bar are roughly 1 1/16 OD and the drop center is roughly .750.
Thanks blaine. I have access to the equipment for this, but I was curious if it would work in stock form. Knowing ahead of time reduces the amount of time my dd is out of commission. I'm not trying to drive with no swaybar in the ridiculous traffic around here.

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any pictures of your sunken winch mount? just curious


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