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The finished installation out back shows the modified Currie AntiRock swaybar arms that were shortened for clearance. Although shortening the arms stiffens the swaybar's spring rate, Miller reports the Jeep is much more stable on the road now, but off-road flex isn't affected. In reality, the old swaybar was probably too soft with the longer arms needed to reach the axle tubes from the swaybar's old mounting position above the rear bumper.