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    Default rear tubes or anti rock

    so like it says what would you get first the rear tube fenders or currie anti rock
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    Is it your daily? I love my antirock, and if/when I get another jeep, she's definitely going on it. However, I would hate having one side done and not the other. A wee bit OCD...

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    Are you talking about anti-rock for the rear? If for the rear, I'd do that first and then see how much clearance you still have back there. You can always trim the stock fenders for more room.
    If for the front, I'd again vote for that over rear tube fenders. I've had it on mine for a little over a month now and love it. So much better than disconnecting every time. Road handling isn't too bad either. I've got it set on the 4th setting and don't feel too tipsy going around corners. I'll probably adjust it out to the 5th when I get a chance to see if there's much of a difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffb_79 View Post
    Are you talking about anti-rock for the rear? If for the rear, I'd do that first and then see how much clearance you still have back there. You can always trim the stock fenders for more room.
    If for the front, I'd again vote for that over rear tube fenders. I've had it on mine for a little over a month now and love it. So much better than disconnecting every time. Road handling isn't too bad either. I've got it set on the 4th setting and don't feel too tipsy going around corners. I'll probably adjust it out to the 5th when I get a chance to see if there's much of a difference.
    im talking about the front only, didnt know they even had a rear to be honest. how does the flex compare to discon it all together

    Quote Originally Posted by korisu56 View Post
    Is it your daily? I love my antirock, and if/when I get another jeep, she's definitely going on it. However, I would hate having one side done and not the other. A wee bit OCD...
    its not my DD, what are you talking about having one side done and not the other?
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    The rear is a universal setup, it requires some cutting and welding. Not sure how it reacts compared to disconnecting all the way around.

    I think korisu was talking about having front tubes but not rear tubes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by txboy72 View Post
    im talking about the front only, didnt know they even had a rear to be honest. how does the flex compare to discon it all together



    its not my DD, what are you talking about having one side done and not the other?

    I'm talking about having the front tubes done and the rear not. Would drive me insane. I would still choose Anti-Rock, because there's no disconnecting, there's good stability off road and decent on road. I have it on the second hole from the back, which I'm pretty sure makes it squishy. You better slow down in the corners...

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