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Rear Sway Bars

If I only remove my rear sway bars will it improve my offroading capability?
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font and back you need to remove...and its not the capability its the amount of independent wheel travel on each side...
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Removing the sway bars will let your wheels move more freely and give you better articulation. This is usually desirable in off-road situations. Make sure you put them back on when you drive ont he road though, or you'll notice alot of body roll.
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