I never had swaybars on my 88 RR (never came with them) and removed them on my 95 DI. The Disco does sway more than the Rangie but I've gotten used to it (plus I don't drive very fast anyway.. ). You could make your own disconnects or buy them.
I bought the JKS disconnects but haven't installed them yet.
BTW, now that I have the BFG ATs on my truck I notice a lot less body roll than when I had the ProComp tires. I guess a thicker sidewall helps a bit.
No sway bars here. But like as stated, you cannot predict how others drive. I practice keeping a safe driving distance from all vehicles as much as possible. It does take a little getting used to at higher speeds and cornering. Will I ever put them back on? Hell no.
Ive got swaybar disconnects on the front...I am planning on taking off my rear but I am still going back and forth on the idea. It will give me better articulation but is it worth the loss of safety?? I will probably end up taking the rear off so I can articulate better with my new shocks...
Removeing them is easy..... Personally my RRC has never had them...... I have not had any problems at all..... I don't take curves fast though..... I pull a camper, trailers etc...... I drive highway often also....... I do love the non-sway bar rover off road....Just plain awsome!!!
I also had a RRC without the swaybars, so when I picked up my 97 D1 that was one of the first things I did.....ditch the sways! Transformed the truck for the positive offroad. The tires just follow the terrain much easier without the bars. But it depends how much offroading you plan on doing and what kind of driver you are on the street. If your a laid back, give people plenty of space in front, don't try to corner like your Ayrton Senna in a McLaren, and just plain realise your driving a truck not a sports car. You will be just fine.
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