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I use them on everything except a bottom plow.
On my hard working tractors, the wear on the sway bars and their pins show how much they have 'saved' other more expensive parts.
Though on a disk or cultivator, they are not recommended, I use them. In my small garden and tough ground, I want the cultivator to follow me exactly even if it hits a 'tough' spot.
My disk is very heavy and I didn't like the slam when turning with it raised, so I run sway bars.
In heavy dirt with sway bars, the disk will try/succeed in turning the tractor sometimes, but no big deal, just lift it a little.
saves broken parts.
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