in my mind, not hard at all.How hard were you wheeling? Just snap the rear or front and rear?
Ironically this thread is making me more interested in adding a rear sway bar to my 60. I run a pretty large RTT and I think it would make a big difference.
I think the more weight you're carrying and the more top heavy you are, the more they'll help on the road and light trails. This has made me decide to go ahead and put my front one back on at least. It handles well enough without them that I can easily remove before leaving the house if I plan to do any wheeling.Ironically this thread is making me more interested in adding a rear sway bar to my 60. I run a pretty large RTT and I think it would make a big difference.
Why not disconnect prior to wheeling. It seems to be more appropriate.Not sure why my extended sway endlinks snapped so easily, but i've done it twice, with the correct parts and install.
maybe my OME's just flex slightly more than others. I do have a slightly extended shackle on the front