Re: How do u guys feel about swaybars??
I only have 4" of lift so I just left my swaybar hooked up. It's only when you go more than 4" that you need to worry about relocating your swaybar.
My truck is pretty inclined to have excess body roll even with my 15x10 wheels so there is no way I'd run without if I ran narrower tires or wheels. It's going to suck this fall when I put my snow tires on. If it wasn't my daily driver then yeah I'd take it off. But I wouldn't run shocks or a steering dampener either. Those things are needed as much as a swaybar when you're out in the woods.
With my swaybar hooked up I still have more articulation than I did stock because my tires are further from the wheel openings (which was the limiting factor before). Sure, without the swaybar it'd flex easier but that doesn't mean a whole lot to me. My front and rear springs have about the same amount of arch in them even though the rear springs are about two feet longer. The weight difference between front and rear means my truck flexes about the same front and rear.
As reference, I have enough dive in the front end that I can go around a corner with the stupid pedal on the floor and the speed limiting factor is how much body roll I've got. The inside rear tire just spins like mad if I try to go faster.