We all know that a Jeep Wrangler is an awesome vehicle. It’s rugged, tough, and has a great off-road suspension system. However, it does have some drawbacks when it comes to ride quality. In this article we will discuss how you can make the ride smoother.
If you are looking for a smoother ride in your Jeep Wrangler, then this article is perfect for you. We will talk about how to make the vehicle more comfortable and less bouncy by changing tires, adding rear air springs, or installing an aftermarket sway bar kit.
Changing Tires. Changing your factory rubber all terrain treads with some softer passenger car tires can do wonders to improve your ride quality. By doing so, you may also help increase fuel economy as well if that is important to you. One thing we recommend when considering new tires is using ones made of soft materials such as natural rubber rather than synthetic material like polyurethane which tends to be harder and stiffer in comparison. This type of tire will better soak up small bumps and vibrations in the road.
Adding Rear Air Springs. Adding rear air springs to your Jeep Wrangler can also help improve ride quality by softening the vehicle’s suspension over rough terrain. One thing that needs to be done before adding new aftermarket air spring kits is modifying or removing any of the factory installed components such as gas tanks, exhaust systems, and brake lines which are located near where you want to install them so they will not interfere with how these items function properly.
Installing an Aftermarket Sway Bar Kit. Installing a new sway bar kit on your Jeep Wrangler can also significantly reduce body roll during turns which helps provide a smoother ride when traveling off-road since it is less likely that the vehicle will do a nose dive with these installed.
Add a Set of Coil Spring Helper Springs. These are an easier way to make the ride smoother without adding extra weight or altering your suspension system in any other way. All you need is a mounting kit for these devices and some replacement leaves to go with them, which can be found at most automotive parts retailers near you (or online). Coil springs come in various lengths that will fit different models of Jeeps; consult instruction manuals before making any purchases so that everything fits correctly.
This post has hopefully been helpful in showing you how to make your own ride smoother without altering any other part of your car’s setup. We recommend following the instructions in the description and consulting with professionals before making any purchases of your own. This is what we’re reading right now, so it can’t be helped! We hope that our post has been helpful for those of you who need a smoother ride in your vehicle. If not don’t worry – there’s plenty more content on this blog waiting for you! Stay tuned and happy driving!