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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-01-2009, 08:01 AM Thread Starter
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sway bar for the woods

opps another question. the sway bar yes or no for the woods low speed stuff around hear. nothing really over 42 mph very often. thanks dan
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With stock suspension I say YES. It is not safe without it when you go over 25mph.... too much body roll.

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With stock suspension I say YES. It is not safe without it when you go over 25mph.... too much body roll.
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Sway bar? Educate me!

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The bar that connects the rear A Amrs together....

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Sway bar? Educate me!
The sway bar gets rid of the body roll.......In the dunes with LT it make going over the peaks at any kind of angle kinda hairy.....Also if you remove it the rear suspension works more independently....But all of my comparensons are with long travel



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Oops, didn't mean to jack the thread. Back to the original question.

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thanks for the info guys test drove without today.just finished putting it back on.stock susp. sucks.its time to fix that.
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Is it best to disconnect it since I have the LT setup? I mainly ride in hardpack and the dunes from time to time . Thanks for the advice.
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Is it best to disconnect it since I have the LT setup? I mainly ride in hardpack and the dunes from time to time . Thanks for the advice.
Its more of a preference than anything. I like mine without.



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