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Silverstreak01
May 10th, 2005, 16:58
i am currently running no swaybars. but am intrested in the anti-rock swaybar . but all (i think) after market bumpers block the holes. anyway or anybody got around this little dilema... ?

dsgray16
May 10th, 2005, 17:01
kieth if you get an anti rock i will prob not talk to you again

GottaBeJeep
May 10th, 2005, 17:08
:laugh2: :laugh: :laugh:


Keith, give me a call if whenever you get a chance.

RCP Phx
May 10th, 2005, 18:21
Im going with the Tera-flex unit,its got the sweetest disco out there.It will mount just below the bumper brackets used my most.
http://www.teraflx.com/scripts/phpThumb.php?src=/productImages/975_extended.jpg&w=175

Silverstreak01
May 10th, 2005, 18:45
dan: you crack me up


marty: i will give you a call tomarrow.. .

BlueGerbil
May 10th, 2005, 20:46
Ive thought that this systems are "TJ only".... What modification, if any, are necessary to run them on an XJ???

XJZ
May 10th, 2005, 21:08
Im going with the Tera-flex unit,its got the sweetest disco out there.It will mount just below the bumper brackets used my most.
http://www.teraflx.com/scripts/phpThumb.php?src=/productIm
ages/975_extended.jpg&w=175


I'm confused. The Currie bar isn't meant to be diconnected. The Tera bar is meant to be discoed? What's the point, why not just stick with a stock anti-sway bar with disco's if you're going to disconnect it anyhow?


Ive thought that this systems are "TJ only".... What modification, if any, are necessary to run them on an XJ???

Currie has universal kits with various length components, but you'll have to do some fab work, you'll have to mount the cross tube that houses the bar. Barnett (IIRC) has developed a currie anti-rock that's a bolt-on, but the arms looked kind of short in the photos.

Without crawling under my Jeep or taking any measurements, I'd try to put the bar more forward of the stock swaybar location to use more length of the arms. Maybe the extra length doesn't mean that much.

Who has some real world experience with the Anti-Rock on an XJ? Hinkley? Sinclair? :dunno:

Geo
May 10th, 2005, 21:12
If you don't have a welder you could buy the new XJ kit.

http://tandjperformance.com/products-bpp-xrock.htm

Silverstreak01
May 11th, 2005, 04:41
yea .. see that little bracket on the end.. the bolt holes will hit my bumper mounts. im going to talk to marty at www.rocklizardfabrications.com (http://www.rocklizardfabrications.com) (where i got my front bumper.) today so il see what he says. the april 4wd and sport ute mag with the orange cj7 with detroit locker in the rockers has an install article on it (XJ).

Jeff 98XJ WI
May 11th, 2005, 06:51
I know on BOTW that I noticed GRNT was running some sort of custom aftermarket sway bar. I don't know any more about it than that. Maybe Goatman would? Jeff

Kejtar
May 11th, 2005, 07:07
IF Dan Turner doesn't notice this thread send him a PM as he's running the antirock with an aftermarket sway bar. I know that he had to make something to make it work.

jrsxj98
May 11th, 2005, 07:29
Who has some real world experience with the Anti-Rock on an XJ? Hinkley? Sinclair? :dunno:

Dan Turner.......

Paul S
May 11th, 2005, 08:46
I'm confused.
Who has some real world experience with the Anti-Rock on an XJ? Hinkley? Sinclair? :dunno:

Hinkley's been running one for a couple years. With his SBS the Currie universal Antirock is a fairly straight forward deal. I put the SBS on in anticipation of this, but havn't got around to it yet.

Paul

dsgray16
May 11th, 2005, 09:03
Kieth you do not need an anti-rock system with 4.5 inches of lift in the front, when you get 9 inches of lift with coilovers thats when you might want one...IMHO

XJZ
May 11th, 2005, 09:30
Hinkley's been running one for a couple years. With his SBS the Currie universal Antirock is a fairly straight forward deal. I put the SBS on in anticipation of this, but havn't got around to it yet.

Paul

Yeah, I've seen photos where tabs used to hold the cross tube have been welded to the steering brace plate.

I have the SBS but have not installed it. I've got to get this damn thing out of the garage!


Kieth you do not need an anti-rock system with 4.5 inches of lift in the front, when you get 9 inches of lift with coilovers thats when you might want one...IMHO

You're kidding, right?