Here is another newbie question. Can you tell me the difference between suspension travel and articulation? Coming from a desert background, we always talked about how much travel we had. With jeeps, it seems articulation is important. But what is the difference?
Also, if I were to get let’s say a Rubicon Express 5.5 long arm lift for a TJ, will this give me more suspension travel or articulation than the stock suspension? I was thinking of adding 37” tires to a TJ with as little suspension/body lift as possible by adding flat fenders and whatever else I can do. My thinking is to maintain as low of center of gravity as possible. In doing so, will I be giving up on the amount of articulation I could gain by going with a big suspension lift? Thanks for your help!