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The Rubiconís are terrific vehicles straight out of the box as is and really need nothing more unless you youíre going to be doing some serious off roading, and even then it can still handle things pretty well. The only real problem you will have with the Unlimited is break-over clearance with the 32ís and no lift in some situations. Other than that itís a mountain goat. I would recommend that you leave it like it is for a while until you need to take the next level.
Iím not talking about adding things like rugged floor mats, door entry guards and whatnot but more along the lines of serious high dollar things like a lift, larger tires, bumpers, winch and the list goes on.
I have had Rubiconís exclusively ever since they first came out starting with the TJs and they have always been my daily drivers too (never leave home without it). I like the way it feels and drives no matter how far I go.
Although some have had problems with their hardtops I never have. As far as lift kits goes it depends on if you get a quality kit with all the required parts. Several ones fit that bill nicely. On road manners on said kits usually actually improve on road performance somewhat but at a slight (very slight) increase in harshness.