Here is the kit I installed on my Jeep. You don't need the body lift. I did this so I could run my 35's on the street only without new coils. It was also part of my plan to go 37's later. I will get lower control arms later. It's okay for now but will have better steering feel with the arms.
Rusty's 3.25" Basic lift. It came with adjustable track bars frt & rear, shocks, discos, coils. $550. Seemed a little too good to be true, but I think they will work just fine. I will need to get upper front control arms later but it is fine for now. I will also get a front drive shaft later. I have a backup in the shop just in case I need one before I get around to it on the mod list. The directions were really useless so you need some experience or a good helper to get everything installed. I started around 7pm yesterday and finished around 1:30 am this morning. I was by myself except for a fellow Jeeper stopped by to get me started and lend some tools. The spring compressor was essential. If you don't have one you can loan one out a Autozone. They make you put down a deposit and then credit it when you return the tool.
I got 4" on the front and about 3.5" in the rear. I think it looks fine and should give me good clearance with the 35's and the 1.25 BL. I got the track bar adjusted today, rotated the tires, and reset the steering wheel. The front end needs an alignment so I will likely do the driveway set to get it close.
I have also named the Jeep- "Copperhead" Although Jeep calls it orange, I think it looks more like a great copper color and is now a beast!
Started -tiny tires just killed me
Next - Just the 1.25" BL ...street only
After- Now it is offically - Copperhead
This is the height of the Jeep at the seam of the Freedom panel on the front drivers door. Measures 77" tall at the roofline.