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I took my rims and tires off today to clean the Rhino and noticed my rear sway bar link was not attached to the suspension. Does anyone know what size the nut is that goes to the joint on the sway bar link. My machine is a 2008 700 sport. Has Gorilla axles and 27" tires.....Don't know if that matters. Thanks in advance!
 

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I thought the newer ones 08-12 comes from factory with now sway bar?...and most of us 04-07 owners remove ours for safty..wheel spacers and doors
 

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My 08 came with one but I immediately disconnected it. Just took the links out but left the actual bar in place. It wheels the rocks a lot better now.


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Doesn't it want to roll alot easier if you disconnect the links? I know it does on my jeep. Good on rocks but not for thrashing through woods and trails at high speeds.
 

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You'll get a little more body roll but this helps keep the inside tire planted on the ground more and not wanting to lift up when going thru the corners.

Yamaha sent out a bulletin recomending to disconnect it.
 

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Thanks......you guys are awesome. If you cant tell this is my first rhino.
 
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