Re: Bouncy Jeep
If you want to make it handle reeeeaaaaalllllyyy well, do a complete SRT suspension, either stock height or lowered if you don't go off road. That's what I did (I used the Eibach SRT lowering springs) and mine handles like it's on rails. It's a real hoot to drive now, not a rolley polley lump. IMO, piece mealing suspension components is worse than leaving it alone.....in other words just don't change the front OR rear sway bar or change just the front OR rear springs. Do the whole job, either all springs OR all sways OR both. Also, put a good set of shocks/struts on it.
Here's what I did to mine.....Eibach SRT lowering springs (front and rear), SRT sway bars (front and rear) and Bilstein shocks/struts all around. A good set of low profile tires makes it even better. I've got the SRT rep wheels with the stock SRT tire sizes. IMO, you couldn't make it much better if you're after better handing. My setup also helps the fuel economy, but much of that is due to the SRT body kit in addition to the lowering. Below are pictures of the before and after.
05 LX/RT & 06 WK/GCO, modded similarly, MDS "ON" Light, Vortex Gens, Debadged, DashHawk, BT Catch Can, SRT CAI W/Add Air Inlet, K&N Filter, Sonnax Trans Press Booster, SC Tuner W/Adv Trans Tuning App, DS Tuner, Cust tube headers w/3 in. catback, Bilsteins, SRT frt/rear bumpers, Eibach SRT Lwr Sprgs & Sways, FRI Sidewinder Cam Adv 2*, 6.1 valvetrain, SLP 25% UD Pulley, BBK 90mm TB, SOS Coils/.060 plug gaps. 20 in. SRT Reps.