I actually disagree with this. I added a 2.25 spacer lift - and even added an extra .75 in the front to compansate for the rake. I used hydro 7000 shocks to replace the gas charged shocks that came stock. My jeep rides smoother and less harsh then it ever did for the first 14K miles.
It is so much smoother on the highway now, and less bouncy around town. I think it is the fact the shocks are not gas charged, and have a much bigger barrell then the stockers. Just get new, longer shocks, lots of people swear by OME shocks - but those Hydro 7000s are tough to beat, for the ride, or the price.
Originally Posted by VZEHLER
New shocks will help, but, even with new shocks you can't expect it to ride like it's stock. By adding the coil spacers you've changed the geometry of the suspension (i.e. control arms, etc) and it will not ride as good as it used to with the control arms extended out. The only way to get a better ride is to do a complete kit or even better a long arm kit.
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