I’d been having issues with the Jeep and death wobble, and I was throwing money at the problem (it’s a Jeep, after all). Tie rod ends were worn so I replaced them. The track bar was squirrely so that was replaced. And I still had the issue — I found out on my way to go camping in Leadville when I didn’t even make it out of town. The shop threw some little-used tires on the front and that turned out to be the issue. I had 35″ tires on the Jeep, and it was time to go to the 37″ monsters. Then it turned out that they wouldn’t work on my stock rims so I had to get new wheels, too. It set me back a few thousand bucks (big tires like that are $400 a piece), but it was worth it. The Jeep drives better than it has in years, and it’s nice not to be afraid on the highway for a change. Lookin’ good, I’d say!