Hello - brand new to the forum here and a new Jeep owner, 2018 JK. My Jeep is "bouncing" or "bucking" when going down the road. This only happens on rough roads and is worse on the highway at higher speeds. On smooth pavement it's fine even at 70Mph. I just put a Metal Cloak 3.5 Game Changer lift on with Rock Sport shocks and 35 inch Nittos. Had it aligned and otherwise it drives fine. Tried deflating tires from 35 to 30 and that helped a lot but it's still worse than I would like it to be. It's a vertical "bounce" and when I am on a highway that is older and has small bumps every so many feet the Jeep gets to bouncing up and down every time I hit a bump. The constant bouncing is because there are constant bumps...in other words the Jeep does not bounce more than once after hitting 1 bump. But I am going down the road and my head is just bouncing - I am having to physically work to not have my body bounce around lol. I have stock bumpers and no side steps yet so it is a light ride. The rear coil springs are bending a little and I think I need a wedge to straighten those out but I don't think that is the issue. The front end does "appear" to sit a little higher, but I measured from ground to frame on both ends and it is close to equal. I am thinking if I put on heavier bumpers and deflate tires a bit more it may help out. I know it's a Jeep - but I have heard people say that their Jeeps ride better than stock even after installing a good quality lift...so this seems rougher than I would expect. When I drive these same roads with the family minvan the bumps are barely noticeable. Maybe I just need to get used to driving a Jeep haha! Any words of advice/ideas on how I can make this a smoother ride?