Confirm my understanding of sway bar use
I always search for previous answers to questions I have, because I know it's boring for all of you long-timers out there to read the same questions over and over from newbies like me... so I searched and could not find definitive confirmation to my understanding of sway bar usage. My used Jayflight G2 29bhs came with a Reese WDH with the single "friction type" sway bar. I was told that the sway bar could only be used for "straight line" driving. After a little research, it seems what that really means is normal driving which would NOT include any extremely sharp turns, but average turns are OK. Is this correct? Normal driving, making left and right turns on subdivision streets for example is OK??? It is obvious that the sway bar cannot be attached during the really tight turning (forward or reverse) involved in jockeying the TT into or out of parking spaces.
I'd appreciate confirmation from some of you experienced folks. I appreciate your knowledge, and thanks in advance. Steve