So I still don't have the rear suspension dialed in. I was talking to a friend of mine, and he suggested that I disconnect the swaybar. I know that some people prefer the swaybar on, and some people like the way it feels and handles without one. On my Rhino, which had air shocks, I tried it both ways and I liked it much better with the swaybar. Since the Mavrick has a stiffer suspension than I'm used to, I figured I'll give it a try. I didn't want to just disconnect one side, because it looks like as you're articulating that side would wind up hitting one of the a arms. So I tried to take off the links. The bolt with a 15mm head was easy. But the other end is a tapered ball joint type, and it didn't want to come loose. I tried to get a mini sledge hammer up in there, and I got some decent hits on it, but just couldn't hit it hard enough to break it loose. So I decided to remove the whole thing. I used an impact and a 1 1/16 inch socket to remove the big nut on either end of the swaybar. I pulled it out and weighed it. The thing weighs 22.5 pounds! Sure hope it rides nice without it, because I do not want to put that weight back in there. I'm going riding on Saturday andI'll let you know how it feels.