I'm also on 35's with 4" lift on my 4dr JKUR. I find that the stock jack is still sufficient if you jack up from the lower control arm mounts. Other than that I used Hi-Lift Jack until it broke, and will get another next time I visit my local offroad retailer. When using a Hi-Lift you want to use a ratchet strap from the axle to the frame so the suspension doesn't droop.
For the garage a Harbor Frieght 4-ton shop jack works just fine. Any shop jack that provides at least 20" height is going to work. 35's are just 17.5" radius, plus an inch to 3 inches of axle tube or diff. So really an 18" jack should just lift the tire off the ground.
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