This is a discussion on Sway bars within the General Member Discussions forums, part of the The RANGER STATION ~ Rangers and RZRs category; Originally Posted by wgarcar1 In 20011 you won't get any body roll without sway bars, you're going to have hovering problems lol Sent from my ...
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KOLPIN 6.0 gun boot+bed mount for the AR. from kolpin.com
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I recently took my sway bar off, and I noticed right away that the rear wheels have greater articulation range, independently from each other. Dropping a single rear wheel into a hole doesn't bounce me nearly as much as it did with the sway bar on, but what I didn't expect is that I'd dig all my trails out enough to get stuck again. I guess that the rear wheels are both able to dig at the same time at a level they weren't able to before. After 10 trips or so through my muddy trails and the ruts are all deep enough to get stuck in. I'm not putting it back on, especially since the trail damage is done now; I'll just find more concrete to fill the ruts with-- but it's something I didn't expect, and might be useful information to others considering removing their sway bar.