The Currie Antirock Sway Bar Kit provides balanced performance of front and rear suspension for rugged off-road conditions. It gives the driver increased traction by balancing and distributing the weight over all four tires. The Antirock Off Road Sway Bar is designed to replace the stock Jeep sway bar. The Sway Bar is made of SAE 4130 Heat-treated steel for ultimate strength. This is the same quality used in professional off-road competition. This kit includes all components, bushings, hardware and step-by-step instructions. It is positioned through the front cross member and attaches to the stock mounts on the axle housing on Jeep TJs. The Currie Antirock Sway Bar does not need to be disconnected for off-road use. CAUTION: Jeeps will have more body roll than stock. This Sway Bar may be used on the street however, it will not provide the same performance as the stock setup.
I used it in Utah, rock crawling over mountains they are as tough as anything Moab can dish out. Bar none.
By tstyx from Dickinson, ND
Good choice ,Great for off roading,I was concerned with on road handling but didn't change much you get used to it, I have a 06 Rubicon LJ with a 2" OME and 33's.Thought everything was good till I really checked it out off road. Handles great but then I heard the rubbing, So my next investment will be new flairs to replace the factory fenders .A lot of articulation which is why you want Antirock in the first place ,Way better ride than stock sway bar .
are there any bumpers which will cause challenges with installing this system? I am currently running a Ground Pounder Fab Front Bumper with Stinger and Winch Mount, 3.5 inch RE lift, and 1.25 body lift.
TMO from on
No known bumpers issues with the Currie Antirock Sway Bar Kit CURCE-9900. Your configuration should fit without any issues. Thank you for the question.
Hello Im hoping to find these for my 2011 Jeep Liberty KK with a 4" lift is there an antirock kit for me Jeep yet?
J from Discovery Bay, CA on
Currie does not offer a Antirock sway bar for your vehicle application at this time. Thank you for the question.
from Discovery Bay, CA on
what is the weight difference between the aluminum arms and the steel arms? Will it fit 2005 Rubicon LJ with 4.5" Nth Degree lift?
RB from Menifee on
The steel arms are twice as heavy as the aluminum. It will fit your vehicle application.
Since 1959, Corona, California-based Currie Enterprises has been currying favor with Jeep enthusiasts by manufacturing suspension systems and accessories, driveline parts and steering components that withstand grueling off-road conditions. With the rise in interest in off-roading in the 1970s, the company focused its attention on trucks and Jeeps, specifically rearends. Replacing worn out or damaged suspension parts like leaf spring bushings goes a long way toward improving off-road performance and Currie's specialty products exceed expectations. Addressing the needs of a variety of Jeep models, Currie is the right choice when you want to lift your Jeep, upgrade the steering or take the guesswork out of making a safe mounting. Shop Currie Now