Aturro AT 35x12x20 pressure 25What size tires did you use?
What brand and tread?
What size wheel did you use?
What psi were you running in those tires?
What other under body components did you upgrade?
All of these impact the ride.
The stiffer ride was to be expected given the 20” wheel, lower psi and those particular tires on paved roads.Aturro AT 35x12x20 pressure 25
Mopar 2 inch lift, front and back bumper EAG
So...how’s that any different from Jeep...?Be careful of what information you are offered. ProComp has always been cheap garbage. Tires, lifts, shocks, everything they make is bad. Rusting metal, poor paint, seemingly no R&D.
If lifted right, the ride shouldn't change much(if at all) or better yet will actually improve.So I read that no 2” lift kit will ride better than stock JLU Sport. Ones the Jeep goes higher it will change the geometry and it will ride like lifted Jeep. Is there any lifts that will improve the ride? I tried 2 inch Mopar on my last jl and it became a stiff bumpy ride. Please give me your advice . 90% highway , 10% Long Island beach. 35s , jlu sport 2019. $1500 Budget for the lift. Daily driver
Who told you the Mopar lift doesnt work that well and what do you mean by that?So...how’s that any different from Jeep...?
The very expensive Mopar lift doesn’t even work all that well...
Big sidewalls do a lot to absorb the little road issues. What load rating are your tires?I put on a Rancho 2 inch sport lift with 37s. I have the Rancho 9000 series adjustable shocks. I set them on the softest setting and run 26 to 28 psi in my 37s. My jeep rides way better than stock. When people ride it it they are amazed at how smooth it is. Michigan has terrible road and my jeep rides better than a lot of passenger cars.
I was just in the dealership yesterday, and let my salesman drive my Jeep. He could not believe how well it rode. Mind you he is in stock Jeeps all day dam nearly everyday with people on test drives.
You have adjustable track bars?I have the Mopar lift and found it on eBay for $1,100. A bargain really when you compare the price to equivalent kits. My stock JLR shocks(1frt.&1R) leaked with in 3,000 miles. The Fox2.5 shocks in the Mopar kit have over 6,000 miles and no issues.I added the R.K coil spring pads to the front, adj. frt.TrackBar and a rear T.B. re-location bracket to the Mopar kit for $1,500. total. When you comparison shop complete lift kit prices, $1,500 is not expensive and installed properly it does work well .
As mentioned, over inflated tires or short side walled tires increase suspension harshness. I run 37” x12.5r17 tires. When aired down for low speed trails to mid teens, they really seem to float over stuff. When aired up 28 PSI for hi way, it rides firmer, but not worse. I found the stock ride mushy for a 4x4. The over all ride and performance is very good compared to my stock JLR.