The stock antiswaybar can be easily disconnected for offroading. All it takes is a torx-head adapter for the bolt head and a wrench for the nut. Just unbolt its two links where they connect to the axle, then use a bungee cord or zip-tie to hold the antisway bar and its two links up and out of the way after it has been disconnected.
There is an ideal spot on the Jeep to which you can secure the disconnected antiswaybar. Look at the upper mounting bracket for the front coil spring and you will see a small gap between two points where it is welded to the frame. You can pass a zip-tie or bungee cord through that gap to hold the disconnected antiswaybar up and out of the way.