Double-D Bouncing With Bigger Tires!

Rubiwoo

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lol, this got off topic quick or did it?
 

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Sometimes mine will bounce hers over the beam to finish me off just for fun. She calls it the “DDDJ” 🤣

Goodness boobs are amazing. Its the one constant in a man’s life. You want them in your hands and mouth literally from cradle to grave.
 

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I've been running 35"x12.5" tires on stock rims and stock suspension, No issues at all. Road trip to Colorado from TX and back. Speeds that were always kept at the *cough-cough* speed limit.

Sweeping curves with frost heaves, no issues.

I've been lifted 2" now for a day with the same tires and no issues. The roads have heaves, bad expansion joints, and different elevations even from one lane to the next, no issues.

Gotta be something wrong with your tire or suspension. A bad belt? Under-inflated, over-inflated?
Shock going bad?
 

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Could be tire pressure. I have a small spacer lift with stock springs/shocks. The ride was fine before the tires so I assume it's that.
I have the same setup (almost). Upgraded factory Rubi wheels with the same tires and size. Inch and a half Teraflex level kit with 1 inch shock extender in the front, with 3/4 inch Daystar rear. I haven't noticed any hopping or unusual with the ride. I did take some time this past week and did the chalk test for tire pressure and I am running 32 cold...rides like a dream.
 

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ugh...
I run Goodyear 37x12.5x17 MTR/K on OEM Moabs - runs and corners just fine at high speeds... :P
 

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I have the Quadratech morphic 17x8.5 +10 offset with 285/75/17 and they sit just perfect. Look like the stock wheels Jeep should have installed.
 

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