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    I ride slow and have to navigate wash outs and other obstacles. Should I take the sway bars off the front of my 19 model ranger? I have already put 1" spacers, but im probably going to try some 2" next. In the future I'm putting either a satv or hl 6" lift. I'm about done with bracket lifts

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    Do you have a bracket lift on now? And how much lift?
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    3" bracket, turn stops, and one " spcaers on 33x9's

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    Removing the swaybars will give you better articulation of the suspension.
    But will increase your body roll.
    I would start out easy until you become accustomed to how it feels.
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    Whats your thought on portals? Im thinking of taking the bracket lift off and putting on 6" portals, the suspension will be at stock setting and I gain more height. That cost though 😫😫

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    i would go with 8 inch portals you'll love it T&S i took sway bar off ranger right away when it broke general ill leave them on lol

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    Whats your thought on portals? Im thinking of taking the bracket lift off and putting on 6" portals, the suspension will be at stock setting and I gain more height. That cost though 😫😫
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    Just go with 12 inch portals and you can come try them out down here in the Florida swamp. LOL

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    I actually seen a new ranger crew hl with 8" portals on some dealers page, it looks mean. Here some screen shots
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    20011 crew 3 inch lift , Curious on how much body roll you will get without sway bars. I have recently started ridding in a mountain range that has some pretty steep climbs and big boulders (for a ranger) and of course side inclines comes with the territory. From time to time I have had the front wheel off the ground a 1 to 2 feet in some of the twist and turns with ruts or rocks and know that it would help with that. Just dont know how much it will change the center of gravity unhooking them. This last trip I broke one of the connection is the only reason I even started to think about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FBR View Post
    20011 crew 3 inch lift , Curious on how much body roll you will get without sway bars. I have recently started ridding in a mountain range that has some pretty steep climbs and big boulders (for a ranger) and of course side inclines comes with the territory. From time to time I have had the front wheel off the ground a 1 to 2 feet in some of the twist and turns with ruts or rocks and know that it would help with that. Just dont know how much it will change the center of gravity unhooking them. This last trip I broke one of the connection is the only reason I even started to think about it.
    In 20011 you won't get any body roll without sway bars, you're going to have hovering problems lol

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