There's nothing to address. It's exactly as designed. It's like asking if they're going to address the axles on the Sport by adding D60 front and rear. The answer is it's offered as designed; whether it's what you want or not is up to the consumer. The bump stops aren't a "flaw", it's a design element based on the larger tire size. It may not work as you want, but it works as designed.Think any of the discussed potential downsides of the XR's are being addressed on the 2023 builds? Or will they just keep rolling them out with these odd choices?
What the actual fk.Nope
They should be installing them on every Rubicon, XR or notWhat the actual fk.
FCA had all the ingredients to do it the right way by taking parts from the 2" lift.. and they still botch it up to save pennies.
If its any consolation.. People who are comparing this to bronco sasquatch.. its not all roses there. Sasquatched broncos without the HOSS 3.0 suspension components need to upgrade or weld reinforcement to the front tie rod
IMO - If you like how it rides and handles, throw a spacer in the front and call it day.@robtown
Please keep us informed whichever way you end up going. . . I'm watching this thread closely trying to decide myself.. Except I have nowhere near the knowledge to figure it out myself, yet.
My XR jeep is stock, with the exception of the aluminum nextventures bumper, and Warn winch. I have about 3/4" before hitting the stop.