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I thought about disconnecting rear sway bar to let rear suspension travel a little more. Just wondered if anyone had tried it yet??
 

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I'm going to give it a go. Just gotta be safe under full throttle and corners. I'm not sure about how much body roll it'll allow.


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I took mine off day I bought the Viking


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Yea my Rhino never had one either and I really didn't notice a difference.


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i had disconnected mine on Rhinos before and i had a Rokteck lift on my rzr and disconnect for the front that helped in the rough stuff.
 

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I'm going to remove mine entirely. I'm thinking it'll take about 5 minutes.


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Well after taken it off pros/cons?
 

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I disconnected mine with a 55 gallon drum (full) strapped into the bed and did some off camber stuff at my property and it made me a little uneasy so I reconnected. Next week in Moab I may run Fins and Things Trail back to back with and without sway bar and make a decision from there.
 

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I disconnected mine with a 55 gallon drum (full) strapped into the bed and did some off camber stuff at my property and it made me a little uneasy so I reconnected. Next week in Moab I may run Fins and Things Trail back to back with and without sway bar and make a decision from there.
Good deal, ill be waiting for your reply
 

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You would really have to be running some really rough trails to see the benefit of the sway bar being unhooked. I would think it would really roll over when cornering without it on. Not good handling IMO.
 

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I ran it both on and off in Moab....It does make a big difference...much more body roll when cornering but a way smoother ride over bumps and rocks as it being removed allows the rear suspension to work completely independent of the other side. I'm going to leave it off for a while and see how it goes (I have a feeling it will stay off forever unless someone makes a quick disconnect for it) It would be great to have an in cab control like some of the Jeep QD's.
 

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I ran it both on and off in Moab....It does make a big difference...much more body roll when cornering but a way smoother ride over bumps and rocks as it being removed allows the rear suspension to work completely independent of the other side. I'm going to leave it off for a while and see how it goes (I have a feeling it will stay off forever unless someone makes a quick disconnect for it) It would be great to have an in cab control like some of the Jeep QD's.
Hey thanks, im gonna give it a go next weekend I get off work. :eek:
 
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