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Thread: Remove currie anti-rock system

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    Caught the Bug Dirtrider....'s Avatar
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    Remove currie anti-rock system

    After using the anti-rock system on both front and rear of my 2012 JKU sport for 3 years, i've now woken up and realized the system just isn't for me. I really do not like the street manners especially on 2 lane mountain roads. On trails i really want to get all i can out of my articulation going forward.

    I have 2010 Rubicon dana 44s front and rear with factory e-lockers.

    Having said that... are there any quality sway bar systems out there that you are using? or would you just put the factory sway bars back on?

    Thanks for any suggestions.

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    Knows a Thing or Two Kalums's Avatar
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    I personally like my factory rubi sway bar and manual disconnect, I don't use all of its potential as 90 percent of my driving in on pavement but I like its off road capabilities and on road (connected) manners. Just my 0.02

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    Addict Ddays's Avatar
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    Darlington, Pa
    Ditto on the stock Rubicon bar. I grabbed one and installed it a couple years ago along with the manual No Limits disco and it's fantastic. Honestly I think I like the manual disco better than the factory electrical motor because I can unhook it and leave it like that in 2Hi or 4Hi & go as fast as I want without it automatically connecting. Nice for traveling on gravel or back roads.

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    Resident Smartass OverlanderJK's Avatar
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    Why not go back to stock?

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    2012 Dozer JK
    -Dynatrac PR44/Rubicon Rear
    -Nitto 37” Trail Grapplers
    -Rock Krawler 2.5” Lift
    -ATX Slabs
    -Warn VR8
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

    2012 Billet Silver JKUR
    -EVO DTD front and rear
    -Dynatrac PR60/PR80
    -EVO High Clearance Long Arm
    -Nitto 40” Trail grapplers
    -KMC Machetes
    -JE Reel 1410/1350 Driveshafts
    -Warn CTI 9.5
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

    1975 DJ5

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    Caught the Bug Dirtrider....'s Avatar
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    going back to stock is at the top of my list... just wanted to know if there were any better sway bars or disconnect options out there.

    now to source stock sway bars since I did not keep my stocker bars

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    san jose
    I ran the SwayLoc for years great on and off road. Didn't loose any flex off road.
    Only reason I removed it was it wouldn't clear with my C/O's and Bypass's.
    Went to a TK1 racing front and a Currie rear both mounted in non stock locations.
    I get a little lean on the street but livable.

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    Addict Brute's Avatar
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    HI & WA
    I’ve removed two front AntiRocks from two jeeps; put stock oem back on JK6 and a Rubicon on the won’t regret it...

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