Good to know. I was doing some research on it just now. The Ruffstuff is almost $1k once you get all the parts. Hmmmm. And sbechtold says he disconnects it before hopping on a trail. Dunno if that is current but neither sound like that good of a deal. Hopefully I can live without. I'll have to remove some weight from the roof rack to fit in my garage so that will help lol.Whenever I decide I have a budget for long travel rear end, then I'll be going with Ruffstuff front and rear. The option for custom bar sizes could only help, where the Currie may come up short. You'll probably get around to it before I do, so it'd be interesting to see which direction you head.
I don't know how the HD swaybar works like the rufstuff. I suppose plenty of racers use them but I don't want to put the 14" kings on just to limit travel back to mid travel levels.