Anyway, a question about the jeep payload (we have one of the final 2018 JKU Rubicons on order – can’t wait). All vehicles have drawbacks but for overlanding the limited payload of the JK is a real issue. To avoid an even higher (. ″ AEV) lift did you consider having upgraded, thicker springs made at a more moderate height? Avoid the lift but increase the load-bearing??? The axles and the tyres on the JKU can certainly handle extra payload but the suspension seems like the real weak point. Would you have any other advice/suggestions if you were starting out again?