the lift i would recommend would be Rubicon Express. its a bit pricey as far at YJ lifts go, but its a good one. the 4 inch that came on the jeep i just got is a trailmaster, and i dont even think they make lifts anymore..lol..i dont really care for the lift much bc the leafs are stiff as a brick, but it gets the job done for the most part
gear wise, im running the same size tires you want to, but im not sure what gears are in it since those tires were on it when i got it. but, i wouldnt go with anything smaller then a 4.10 gear, or maybe even a 4.88 gear
1995 YJ Rio Grande, 1993 XJ sport trail rig
gone but never forgotten:
2006 rubicon, 1995 YJ, 1998 ZJ, 1993 YJ 4.0
2004 WJ Limited
I'd rather not buy the top of the line kit. I was really kinda wondering what everyone thought about Black diamond, Rough country, Tuff country, super lift. All the mid range guys. It's just a weekend toy. I'm not trying to build a rock crawler.
The Rubicon is gunna cost ya around a grand and so is the BDS. I was told never to use rough country but I have been getting mixed reviews on them after i got my rubicon. The rough country is gunna run ya around $500 at ur door step.
very sweet..congrats..i would be wery of the tru trac in the rear..the stock dana 35 isnt exactly the strongest rear diff, and with 33's you are at the perverbial-"end of your teather" did you opt up for the 30 spline axels? i run a set of 30 spline 'yukon' axels with larger bearings and an arb..and so far so good..