I recently got rid of the KDSS sway bar system on my 200 series land cruiser, while it did improve small bump compliance over washboard roads and uneven terrain, I noticed that the tires would drop much faster when going over a pothole, ditch or even when the tires are free like driving out of a ledge at high speeds. Tires pop out very abruptly, Similar to an effect of having very light/soft rebound damping. At first I thought more rebound damping was needed, which was true, but I did not realize that the sway bar delete caused this. A local mechanic brought that into my perspective by explaining how my sway bar delete was causing the tires to be unrestricted thus move uncontrollably. Do sway bars really do provide that much resistance? Heavier rebound damping did fix this issue(had to go much much heavier tho, 100% increase) What do you guys think about sway bar deletes for better offroad comfort?