I know this is totally subjective but How noticeable would you say it is?Don't swap out the tires. Even the stock tires are fine. I've got 315/70R17 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on mine (2.0/8speed) and it's a great DD from a ride perspective, in the context of a Jeep. There's always better commuters for fuel economy and comfort and etc. If you want to drive a Jeep Wrangler, and you want to DD it, the JL is fine. Get a 2.0, the power difference is very noticeable on the street.
May I add that driving Wrangler daily may have potentially some very negative or positive effects on one's life . I personally stopped working overtime and instead I'll take the longcut driving back home . I do my shopping more frequently so I can warm up the engine at least one more time in the evening and actually right now I am in process of getting to know much better very attractive lady , she lives about 60 miles outside the town and that's exactly what I was hoping for. Finally I'll be able to warm up the engine for even longer and more frequently. Driving a Jeep can be real fun and it's suitabale for teens just as it is an excellent lifestyle for the rest of us.Hey guys,
I plan on ordering a 2019 Rubicon in a few months, and also plan on using it as a daily driver...
I do understand that Rubicon is made for off-roading, but do you guys think I can purchase "less" rugged tires and swap my Rubi tires out with them?