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Unread 09-11-2013, 10:07 AM   #1
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Rear Sway Bar Options

Had never thought about it until I was doing some reading for my TJ. Did not even know Currie made the Anti-Rock for the JK. I am sure someone here is running it. Pros vs just having the stock? My JKUR is heavy so I am curious about any added body roll on the road.

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Unread 09-11-2013, 11:11 AM   #2
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There's a lotta different weights out there HOKIE-


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Had never thought about it until I was doing some reading for my TJ. Did not even know Currie made the Anti-Rock for the JK. I am sure someone here is running it. Pros vs just having the stock? My JKUR is heavy so I am curious about any added body roll on the road.
My JKUR is 5150lbs, without load and gets upward of 5800 lbs weekend trip-

I have relatively no roll, untill I dis-connect the front bar-off-road, then I gotta go slow-anyway

I won't mess with the rear swaybar-

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I have a rear antirock. Love it. It's heavier than the stock rear, but doesn't limit anything. It needs to be paired with a front antirock for it to work properly as the front is lighter than stock
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Thanks guys. And since I am not getting rid of the front set-up its a moot point.

And yes lots of different weights. I am afraid to look at mine.
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Just for a good scale comp., you know the base for your JKU and drop by a Truck stop/w CAT certified scale and have your JKU weight, should cost about $10 bucks-


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Thanks guys. And since I am not getting rid of the front set-up its a moot point.

And yes lots of different weights. I am afraid to look at mine.
Then you'll know from now on whats chamging-

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A heavier rear bar like the Currie AR really improves stability and weight transfer on the rocks. Best paired with the front AR. I have the TF Dual Rate in front, major improvement over disconnected front. I tried their matching rear bar, which worked great but requires at least 3.5" BS wheels to clear the arms. Swapped for the Full Traction 19mm bar. Mounts just like stock, major improvement on & off road. Mine's set at the middle mounting point, I may go full stiffness by using the innermost point. Good product, a lot less expensive than the others.
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