That's a completely different rig and can be made to have a lower CG. I'm talking about a rear swaybar. I never ran a front swaybar. I know that I would have run one on the rear but I kind of used the air bumps to get away with it. Like I said it can be done but with the right swaybar you won't even notice it while it's doing it's job. You will not lose an articulation by running the proper setup either. I used to be able to do everything from run around the West Desert at 90 or go crawling around in the rocks without issue but it would have been even smoother with a nice rear swaybar on it.
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