i really like the lift. the ride is bumpy but thats mainly due to a 4 inch lift and stock short arms. Hopefully after this summer i will do some longarms which will give me a much better ride. I had procomp shocks and i switched to the skyjacker hydros and it definitely helped the ride quality.
What are some of the pros and cons of a hardtop on a LJ? Does it have a better ride? The only down side I can see with a hardtop is it's a pain to remove and put on with out the right set up.
Hardtops have their up's and down's like soft tops.
HARDTOPS: quieter, heavier (may make your rear sag), able to just lift the rear window to gain access - but make sure you don't have anything to impede the opening (i.e. Hi-lift, spare tire...), nicer in the winter, you can put a sun roof, cargo rack or light bar on it. Great with full steel doors. Gotta find somewhere to keep it. If you already have the rear wiring/windshield washer fluid line you're golden!
SOFT TOPS: Sunny out? Put it down or open sunrider, noisier, more chances for leaks, windows scratch easily, only need one person to take off, take out windows to make a "safari top", great with half doors. No need to run wires or liquid lines.
They each have pro's and con's. Just gotta decide.
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A hard-top is obviously more secure too. If I had to pick just one, it would be a HT. I hate the sound the soft tops make on a long road trip when you notice it the most, it will drown out any music you're trying to listen to.
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I'm kind of late here with my response. I don't know if your asking about factroy wheels from the original TJ I had when I started the thread or now. Since I started the thread, I have traded off my TJ and I now have a LJ Sahara like yourself. Yes, I do have the Sahara graphite Moabs. I also have a set of regular Moabs I switch around with as I rotate. So you will often see pictures of my jeep with either wheels and even a mix of both.