If you aren't going to run larger than 35s in the future and you are gonig to run a heavier front bumper, either a Teraflex or AEV 2.5" coil lift with shock extensions will work fine.
With a 2.5" lift, you can get by without adjustable front lower control arm and still have reasonable caster alignment specs.
With 2.5", you can get by without an adjustable front trackbar.
You will need 2.5" extended bumpstops to run 35s with stock fender flares.
With just shock extensions, or with most socks appropriate for a 2.5" lift, you can get by with just rear brakeline relocation brackets.
With a 2.5" lift, you can get by moving the rear swaybar links to the front and just adding longer rear links.
3" is really the point where if you don't add those other components, you alignment specs are off, shocks appropriate for that amount of lift are too long for stock brakelines, extended bumpstops are needed to prevent both the shocks and the springs from bottoming out, you need both front and rear longer swaybar links, etc., etc.
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