I know, super off topic but I want to use my jeep as my dirt bike hauler. I'm thinking of grabbing a hitch and a hitch rack to hold my bike. The only thing holding me back is the suspension in stock form is brutal in off road situations. I should explain that a bit, I have a '13 JK 2dr sport. I added some larger tires, just under 33" in diameter. Jeep runs great and on the highway there is no complaints but as soon as I go offroad the suspension is really harsh and quite a bit unsafe. I live in BC and drive on FSR roads to get to the trails, whenever I hit a rough spot or washboard the suspension just slams really hard and the back end just hops all over the place. One time i got nearly sideways right next to a really step cliff. I can crawl without problem, but I don't want to go 10km an hour down a FSR. For comparison my stock Dodge Ram 1500 can handle the same roads with absolute ease and comfort. I'm thinking I need a lift, maybe 2 to 3 inches total with better springs and shocks, to try and get more suspension travel. The big question is which one? My budget is very limited unforturnately so I'm looking for the best ride comfort on the gravel roads and not necessarily the best for rock crawling which is something I never do. I'm willing to give up some on road comfort for better off road comfort if necessary. I've been using google to try figure this out but haven't been able to find a lot of information on the newer models and almost never find any first hand knowledge of what the ride is like on gravel roads after the upgrade. So any suggestions?