Originally Posted by Exl2392
so I don't know what pressure they put on them but I'd imagine ok since they are a very reputable shop around these parts ...
As explained above, many tire jocks have no clue they are not supposed to inflate to the pressure on the sidewall. The odds are not good the shop inflated them to the right tire pressure, I can't remember the last time any (!) of my tires were inflated to the right pressure by a tire shop. 9 times out of 10, they inflated them incorrectly to the pressure on the sidewall and I had to give them a lesson on why that is not the correct pressure to use and what that sidewall's pressure is really there for.
If you can take the trouble to ask us why your Jeep is riding so roughly, you can take the time to check the tire pressure with an accurate tire pressure gauge after reading the suggestion to do so. Again, it is usually nothing more than the tire pressure being too high that causes most rough rides, followed in a distant second place by bad shocks.
Eliminate the free and easy to check items like an excessive tire pressure before talking about installing new shocks to fix the rough ride. That makes sense to you too I'm betting.
So... precisely what tire pressure is in your tires?