Okay, so I'm about to expose true ignorance. I'm just hoping for a little help so I can start learning or maybe get pointed in the right direction.
I know nothing about Jeeps, but I've sort of inherited one. I've always liked the look and style so I am excited. It's a 2006 Jeep Wrangler X.
Here's the thing. It has 33inch Firestone Destination A/T tires. (at least I think they are 33 inch) It clearly has a lift kit(?) of some sort on it for those big tires. Now I know Jeeps may not be the smoothest ride ever, but this thing rides rough. Really rough. Maybe that's just the way it is with big tires like this, but I'm hoping I can make modifications to it and make it more smooth. I would also like to keep the tires and the height, if at all possible. It feels ironic that I am now driving around in this big Jeep, but when I see a pot hole coming I'm almost thinking I hope this thing makes it through. I want to feel like I can hit anything.
Again, I get it. Bigger tires are going to have this effect. I'm just hoping there are tips, tricks or add-ons/modifications I can get to make this thing ride a little more like a dream. I would hate to give a passenger whiplash because we hit a pot hole their Taurus wouldn't have even noticed.
Any help at all would be great! And again, I apologize for my ignorance here.