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post #1 of 8 Old 06-04-2013, 12:35 PM Thread Starter
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Currie Rear Antirock with Aftermarket Bumper

Has anyone mounted an aftermarket bumper with the Currie Antirock? I am looking specifically for ones that use the same holes as the Antirock such as the PSC BFH and JCR Dagger. I am curious to find solutions. If you have, could you post pictures?

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post #2 of 8 Old 06-04-2013, 01:41 PM
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You know the evo tabs use them too. No problems

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You know the evo tabs use them too. No problems
I am finding that most of the aftermarket bumpers and accessories use those same holes. I did some more research and found what I need to trim to make everything work. Looks like I am gonna be busy this weekend!

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Ok, so Dumb question, but what exactly is the purpose of the currie antirock, and are they those tabs on the bumper above?

Are they there to alert you if you get close to the tipping point? I've never heard of these and am using this as a learning lesson.

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Ok, so Dumb question, but what exactly is the purpose of the currie antirock,
It's a basic torsion bar setup with a fancy name.....

Very simple, very effective.

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Ahh. Got it. Thanks! lol

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