I'd recommend two things for your ride:
1 - try a set of front control arm frame-side drop brackets. Several companies make them now and should be under $100; I had the AEV set and they worked very well. Your adjustable control arms help a lot with correcting caster, but the drop brackets can also help restore the flatter arm geometry at the new ride height. When you hit bumps, the flatter arm geomerty will minimize the impact force going backward into your arm bushings and frame, and get as much of that force into your springs as possible (where it belongs). That will basically give you less harshness over bumps. They'll help in other ways, like minimizing axle steer, but that's been a more subtle improvement in my experience. You could add the drop brackets separately from any other mod.
Metalcloak makes a set of rear control arm drop brackets but they seem to take away a lot of clearance (MC recommends at least 4.5" lift and 37's probably because of the clearance loss). I haven't used them but wanted to mention them as they will also improve handling.
2 - recommend raising your track bars (on the axle side) and getting a drag link flip installed. Again several companies make easy-to-install bolt-on brackets for the track bars. The DL flip will require a new dl and reaming out your passenger knuckle hole for the DL rod end but it's all very much worth it. Only lift your front TB by 3" because the DL will raise by 3" and you need to keep the front TB and DL parallel (lines drawn between the joint ends of each link must be parallel to avoid bump steer). If you have a Pitman arm drop installed, remove it and go back to stock Pitman arm. Likewise for TB - if you have a frame-side TB drop bracket (front or rear), remove them.
The rear TB is only limited by your up-travel clearance so see if you can get 4 or more inches of lift. The raised TBs will further improve handling by raising your roll center, getting it closer to the jeep's center of gravity which will help it corner flatter and reduce the "tail wag" you may feel when hitting a bump with say one front tire.
You would want to do both front and rear track bars at the same time, but definitely want to do the front TB and DL flip together.
Last edited by rockystock; 02-28-2019 at 07:01 AM.