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[B]98 TJ:[/B] Daugher 2 - 4.0L, 5spd, D44 rear
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JKU 10A with the AEV 2 1/2" lift and 35x12.5 MTR's
Feels very light in the front at highway speeds with the hardtop on and the 35" spare. I do have the end caps off the front bumper too.
Softop and topless it's fine with no issues at all. It drives and rides great!
I'm thinking we need more weight on the front end to balance the hardtop and spare. Not sure on this one- any input would be great.. Thanks
Just because it got alignment doesn't mean it was done right. First shop I took mine too had be all kinds of jacked up. Also filled my tires all the way up, made the Jeep floaty as hell. 2nd shop got it right on the money.
Check your tire pressure. Too inflated may cause this feeling.
When my tires were shipped, they were pumped up to about 60psi. But man, they sure could bounce when the rolled off the UPS truck. LOL!
Best bet way to determine your proper tire pressure (for your individual Jeep considering weight, etc) is to put some sidewalk chalk across the tread and then drive it. Then check the wear pattern. Inflate/deflate as necessary to get the chalk to wear all the way across the tire tread.