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Old 05-16-2018, 12:15 PM
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trying to figure out which are the better holes on the Currie Antirock Sway Bar for road driving (so stiffer) and off road. Iíve attached a photo of my assumption but wasnít sure.

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Yes, off road will go out towards the end
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I'd love a quick (didnt research it) explanation as to what this does and why... I always thought you were supposed to disconnect the swaybar completely when offroad. what would be the point of having one?
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If it is a stock sway bar on a lifted Jeep, then yes. The increased travel is more than the short arms on a stock sway bar can handle. But these have longer arms and can accommodate the extra travel. If you have a soft suspension, this will give you extra stability on the trails and still allow full suspension travel
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If it is a stock sway bar on a lifted Jeep, then yes. The increased travel is more than the short arms on a stock sway bar can handle. But these have longer arms and can accommodate the extra travel. If you have a soft suspension, this will give you extra stability on the trails and still allow full suspension travel
Hows that impact long arms? This is my first long arm jeep and i've been just running no sway bars at all it feels pretty stable.
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the antirock has the torsion in the bar to allow it to twist. It helps distribute the weight evenly which helps offroad performance.
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Hows that impact long arms? This is my first long arm jeep and i've been just running no sway bars at all it feels pretty stable.
Most lift kits have fairly stiff rear leaf springs and get their stability there. For instance, I do not and mine does sway, but not bad with a full articulation sway bar. But to be fair on that, I rode in a stock ZJ yesterday, and my XJ with my rock springs and shocks rides much better. The long arms will help it articulate and ride better, but do not affect sway.
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