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10-22-2010 04:44 PM
jgorm On deep snow i would probably disconnect it. On the street i would leave it hooked up. I drive for over a month without a swaybar on the street and i know how it feels, and that it is not "insane" like some people say.
10-22-2010 04:18 PM
Vaultzz
Sway Bar and Snow?

Hey peoples

I got another question

When driving in snow, is it better to have the sway bar disconnected, or better to have it hooked up and have the vehicle weight dispersed? Or does it not matter?

Now before you answer, read this: I don't want to hear about the "instability" of driving on the road without the sway bar, I do it every day and I prefer it. My question is only related to traction

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