Completely false. There are several lift manufacturers that have products that perform SIGNIFICANTLY better than stock, on and off road.Again there is no PERFECT VEHICLE Ford had a recall 2 months ago 800K vehicles every car manufacturer has issues that will never change. So complaining every time and jumping on every thread and complain don't help.
It is funny a Jeep will never ride like a Toyota/Lexis Nissan/Infinity Honda/Acura. And everyone of them has had recalls.
But again you can buy as many after market parts and it want make it ride better.
And don't tell anyone you did a lift and bigger tires and it rides better than stock you will be telling A LIE.
Thank you, I completely understand that. I dont suspect ill find much "wrong" with it. As I randomly go through the forums and read what others "complain" about, Im always curious as to what people are doing to make their JLs betterSeriously, drive it for a while to figure out what you've got and then figure out what/if you need to change. You'll probably find there is a reason you can't find anyone talking about making their Wrangler suspension more street worthy....
I ran my Nitto 35" ridge grapplers at 32 PSI and my steering was horrible and was all over the road. Aired them up to 42 and steering improved but ride was bumpier....of courseLower the air pressure in your tires. Right now your tires are like stiff shocks, but if you lower the pressure they become soft shocks. Off the lot it was probably at 40 PSI or close. I rode my KO2's at 34 psi and it was really comfortable, much better than 40 psi.
I had 40% of my mods in my garage before ordering... have owned many jeeps, and grew up with them. Conversating over opinions on the theoretical and entertaining thoughts of profound improvement of said vehicle, does not constitute any such "newbie"ness. Dont forget you were also, and may still be a newb.Lol modding before you even have posession... a true jeep newbie.
Interesting! Did not even think about that and its an obvious one! Noticed it happened with my Lexus (bought used) after the finally had to buy new tires, thanks!I have a sport. I swapped the stock AT kevlar tires with stock rubi tiress. The rubi tires are noticebly stiffer. I then swapped to rubi shocks/springs and it rides better.
You could pick up an extra set of wheels and put on street tires for driving around town and keep the stock tires for off road ventures. Good quality street tires will certainly ride better than stock rubi tires. This is probably why people feel the sahara rides better as well.