Well, while I don't exactly agree 100% with AllMudd here, you will have a problem doing it correctly for that price. You can get a 4" Rough Country lift with everything you need for around 450.00. My advise there is don't get it from Rough Country, but look on Ebay. There is a seller on there that advertises "Make an offer" and he will get it to you for a bit better than directly from them. Even if it is free shipping.
Now, once you have the lift, the next question is can you get by without a sye when you go with the 4" lift. Some don't have any problems, but others get driveline vibration. If you need a SYE you can get by for a while without it, but need to get and install one sooner rather than later. And this will cost you another 4 to 500 bucks.
So depending on how high. You can get the rough country 2.5" lift for the same price as the 4" but why do that other than you won't have the SYE issue.
What size tires are you wanting to go with. The 4" suggests not to go over 33" tires. Just throwing that out there. At any rate, you can probably pull off the lift for that, but will have a hard time if the SYE comes into play.