I daily drove a 93 YJ for about 5 years. I was 21 when I got it, so I didnt even notice wandering... Wish I was young again...That seems to be true of most dealerships, and occasionally of the assembly QC process, but there are clearly some engineers working on the Wrangler that take serious pride in it.
The retrofit brought my old one pretty close to the way my new one handles, but the bump steer effect is noticeably less prominent on my '21. It's enough that I've wondered if they underfilled the steering fluid when they did the replacement. The shocks feel stiffer and more responsive, too, which may be part of it.
I daily drove a YJ once upon a time, so even the launch-day JL was pretty tolerable to me, but it's sure nice not to have to fight the wheel so much at 65MPH.
Hey, nice Jeep. I did the same thing... What color did you trade in?