Don't say that too often on here or in the TJ or YJ section. There are some on here that will bash the snot out of you for saying something like that and tell you that you know nothing as evidenced by your low post count. (Foolish, I know, but some here think knowledge is somehow directly related to post count)
Back on topic, hopefully they will stick with the solid axles. We'll see.
I don't personally care if someone or everyone disagree with my statement As I said It was my own opinion based on what I observed off-road. but to clarify the statement ... I mentioned that they were the best stock... Jeeps. Of course after many mods with some Jeeps having not much of the original parts left in them can perform way better off-road but so as other brand of vehicles... But I saw first hand (and I'm sure many of you as well) what stock JK, TJ, YJ, CJ, Willies, XJ 's can do off-road with similar equipment (i.e. No lockers or LSD) and I stand by my statement that's all.
Thanks for the comment Nice TJ. I love my Jeep she's no pavement princess and is not the most modified with just a little lift and small tires by most standards but it get me where I wanna go and back with very little difficulty and always amazes me every time I'm out there.
2001 TJ sport with 4.0L 5 speed transmission, rear "PosiTrack", front Lokka (Aussie) locker, Zone Off-Road axle tube seals, 2" Jeep "Rubicon" coils & Zone off-Road 2" shocks, 1" body lift, 31" Federal Couragia MT tires.