Ok, will check into them.
Update, the tires I have are 31's, not 33's. Just went with what the original owner said till last Monday when I bought four brand new tires at Walmart Service Center. The four new tires made a difference in how it handles now. I can cruise along at 50 mph in 4 wheel high range without it wandering all over the place and fighting with the steering wheel. It shifts out of 4 high without banging. So there shouldn't be any issues lowering it back down.
It's a must to lower the Jeep as it is now my daily driver. I ended up crashing my little pickup do to a driver in an SUV going too fast and didn't stop. I T-bone his vehicle and totaled out my pickup. Five months ago I finally paid off the loan - early. It was all mine. Now it's destine for the scrap heap. Was planning on giving that a new paint job, add some accessories to it.
Scrap those plans and spend the extra cash on the Jeep. Jeep needs a hitch receiver - if they make them for Wranglers. Don't have a pickup to haul stuff, so will need to tow a trailer with the Wrangler. The gas gauge sending unit seems to be working better the more it's driven. Need the rear axle overhauled or replaced with a good used one, suspension lowered, lower ball joints, front pinion bearing and seal, heater core and new shocks would do wonders. Sell off my adjustable Rough Country control arms and coil springs with spacers.