Aftermarket sway bar disconnect?

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You wouldn’t disconnect it hauling ass period. It has a Baja mode that’s all no other designs.
No matter how many times this is said it won't sink in to peoples heads that ordered a WT. The WT is cool, it has neat graphics and blackout paint.....but that is it. It was NOT designed to be a "desert runner". It is a BB with the ability to get High and Lux with Sas, no better and no worse than any other Bronco that has Sas. Even the Base Sas is on par with the WT. Ford just loaded it up and let peoples imaginations take hold with a higher price.
 

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so for all you experienced offroaders: does it make sense to have a disco bar without having front lockers?
You could make up an off-camber descent scenario where it may help with stability. But in general, it would make no sense. You also need the badlands or sasquatch Bilstein shocks to see the full benefit of disconnect, because the bump stops inside the base shocks limit the articulation.
 
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so for all you experienced offroaders: does it make sense to have a disco bar without having front lockers?
You can get by with a rear locker but with all Broncos you get front and rear with the sas package. The badlands has both without it.
 

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You can get by with a rear locker but with all Broncos you get front and rear with the sas package. The badlands has both without it.
You could make up an off-camber descent scenario where it may help with stability. But in general, it would make no sense. You also need the badlands or sasquatch Bilstein shocks to see the full benefit of disconnect, because the bump stops inside the base shocks limit the articulation.
I will have rear lockers only. Staying with stock 32's. Thanks for clarifying.
 
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