Update: just drove for 100 miles highway, 30 miles mountain road at 35 psi. It got better, at least my leg didn't hurt, but still not as good as the 2 door.
Yes. Indeed the 2dr drives well. I went to the dealer for inspection. They said my 4dr was normal. That being said, my conclusion is that a JLU has worse driving comfort than JL.I have 2 Dr JL Rubicon......it drives and feels like a mini-van.
Its certainly an adventure vehicle.....not a mall crawler.
rides smooth & soft.......bump ?......what bump ?
I swaped the JL rim and tires to the JLU directly, so tires were not into the equation. JL was 19 and JLU was 21. Maybe there was a change that I am not aware of.Thats very interesting. So its not just OP but several people confirm that JL is softer than JLU. As I understand shocks are the same between them, suspension geometry should be the same. So only the springs are different? Longer wheel base and more weight should make JLU softer not harder riding vehicle.
I did the exact same thing. Great upgrade.When I swapped to the Rubi suspension it improved all around, sure it's a bit firmer but not enough to detract from the drive. I also kept my caster in the 6 degree range w/ the LCA swap so maybe that's why I didn't notice any significant degradation. And yes, off road a noticeable improvement