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stockcarproducts.com i think has some that many have used.
The polyperfromance one is made by Cone industries i believe and is very nice but $$

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Stockcarproducts. A swaybar is a swaybar. And they have more choices than anyone else...
 

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Have you checked out summit or jegs, as they sell a lot of circle track stuff.
 

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Sway Away doesn't seem to be in the right range for rockcrawling, I can't seem to get on the Tera-Flex site, and the Cone one from Poly is one to consider. Don't see anything on the WFO site.

The Stock Car Procducts ones look good but I am a little concerened about side loading the arms under the various agles of articulation. Unsure of thier bushings as well.

Am I to picky?

I'll check out Summit. Thanks
 

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I bought mine from S&N Fab, I think rock stomper has them as well.
 

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Sway Away doesn't seem to be in the right range for rockcrawling, I can't seem to get on the Tera-Flex site, and the Cone one from Poly is one to consider. Don't see anything on the WFO site.

The Stock Car Procducts ones look good but I am a little concerened about side loading the arms under the various agles of articulation. Unsure of thier bushings as well.

Am I to picky?

I'll check out Summit. Thanks
Yes, you are. 75% of the swaybars used in rockcrawling are or are the same as the circle track swaybars that they sell... If you're concerned, use a longer bar.
 

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just remember that i heard a little trick or some guys using torsion bars for ifs trucks for sway bars, as they are pretty similar in operation, little different probably for the different type of loads they see though.
 

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The Stock Car Procducts ones look good but I am a little concerened about side loading the arms under the various agles of articulation. Unsure of thier bushings as well.

Am I to picky?

I'll check out Summit. Thanks
The arms shouldn't be a problem. Try Energy Susp for different bushings.
 

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a friend of mine was telling me about a sway bar that was pretty much a rip off of the antirock but was a lot cheaper, I can't remember the name though.
Perhaps someone on here will know what I am talking about.
 

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The Rock Equipment one must be junk because its made by some hack machinist named Jack somethingorother...he has a shitty company called CTM racing. Never heard of them ;)
 

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What I really want is to be able to chat with someone who really knows swaybars for our applications. There are soo many variables.
 

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What I really want is to be able to chat with someone who really knows swaybars for our applications. There are soo many variables.
What are your variables? It has been talked about a few times on here, and there are many in the know that will pipe in.

Are you sure the rock equipment ones are made by jack? I have seen a few break, and while Tony backs them up, but he blames the breaks on side loading and i dont see jack putting up with that kind of failure in something he has a part in.
(this is not a stab at Tony at rock equipment, just a coment on things that i have noted in the past)

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I'd second the ones from tony k. I had one on my rig for a solid year of hard comp use and trailriding and it stood up. Just make sure you get the 5/8ths hardware and not the smaller stuff.
 
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