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Maybe someone with better articulation and better understanding of suspension dynamics could better explain it.Good discussion...
Not to butt in... but how is the COG changed all that much by shifting weight? By the fuel consumption the COG changes as the weight of the gas is lessened, coupled with the fact that you maybe carrying tons of gear and spare part in the back behind the seat (my spare **** and tools = 30lbs). Take along some camping equipment... This wouldn't require suspension mods.
My JK squats a little to the side when I fill up already.
More info please...?
I have been on the trail with several loaded JK's and they only squat a little.
Wouldn't the Airlift 1000 air springs remidy this squating problem?
But here is a link to an article that was written by the guy that owned Nth Degree, Jim Frens, and it might articulate the effects of some of what you are saying.