A less bumpy and sandy approximation of my road after it has been raining all week - although the water isn't as deep in the video as it is in a couple of places on my road.That thing looked smooth. The 4 door should do even better, with the longer wheel base.
We all know this is where a wrangler will struggle to keep up. I think the new gladiator Mojave is a good example of what a “from factory” solid axle can do. It’s suspension set up for desert running. Still not as good but I can see Jeep putting his suspension on a Wrangler. You will need to skip to the end of this video for the off road runs. They do get some air.
Nope, need a factory 2 door Jeep for an accurate comparison. A 4 door with non factory modifications does not count.It’s kind of hard to find videos of jeeps doing anything similar stock because you just really can’t. But here’s a Jeep with a $5k+ coilover conversion doing some similar running:
Yowch! That spare tire is bouncing all over the place. No wonder the rear gate can't stay level.It’s kind of hard to find videos of jeeps doing anything similar stock because you just really can’t. But here’s a Jeep with a $5k+ coilover conversion doing some similar running:
Be nice if we could get videos of black diamond big bend and base being put threw the paces to see how the reg suspension does. Seems like the only trim levels are wild trak and badlands getting all the love