Remove it like xcr440 suggests,just in case you don't like the way it handles you can put it back in and don't have to buy another one.
After talking with a local guy he said the sled gets real tippy if you have to take a trail to where you want to play in the powder.
It's all personal preferance on how one sets up their sled.
With the sway bar out it gives it independent front suspension, one side can move more up or down than the other, with the sway bar in the side are always equal. with the sway bar out u loose stability but gain mobility. again its how u ant i to feel
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