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I disagree with the above. I am not saying he is wrong but my experience is very different. I remove my sway at times to do hard off roading. It actually lets the front tires work more independently of each other and increase travel, helping with off road performance. With that said my truck is all over the road without the sway bar unattached. It wanders, pulls, tons of body roll and hard to keep between the lines on a rougher road.
You may notice many jeep 4x4's have quick disconnect sway bars. They disconnect them on the trail and reattach them once they hit the road.
The new rubicon jeeps have push button sway bar disconnect
Just my .02
2006 F350 lariat 4x4, S&b intake, 4" exhaust, 03 turbo, sinister egr cooler, BPD remote oil cooler, BPD FICM, stc and dummys, diablowsport program, 5" lift, 35's, led fog bar, flatbed welding rig. SOLD. Went the darkside, 2014 ram 3500 daully.