Surprisingly there was not a whole lot of loss of articulation on my friends sami with the currie bar. His truck had an unbiased flex with rear doing most of the work not to mention roll.Bass Man said:I'm guessing body roll and anti-roll over stuff... Less articulation though.
I might be in that same boat since I have front YJ Leafs and a rear 4link. That's why I am considering the rear swaybar.martyfowler said:I just finished up installing a Currie set up in the rear of my rig. I was having some torque flex issues, and the rear flexed way easier than the front. The sway bar seems to have eliminated the torque flex, and now the front to rear flex is much more balanced. I didn't lose any flex travel, but im only running 14" travel shocks. So far it seems to be a huge improvement overall. -marty
Bill4rest said:That's wierd. I have YJ's in the front and 3 link coil rear and I'm about 50/50. Seems to me people just need to figure out the right placement of the rear air shocks/coilovers.