dd, 33's, little offroad? no need for muds...those are specialty tires and are specifically great on...u guessed it...MUD. the stock sra's are very quiet, very nice dd, and can handle light offroad duties. for ur setup, 33's can fit on stock no prob...with the 2 lift, you'll have "the look"
if you want to step it up a notch, you can go all-terrains. bfg a/t, kelly safari tsr, wrangler duratrac, toyo at2, cooper discover, terra grapplers, dick cepek, falken wildpeaks to name a few.
i suggest you go with a "p" rated tire based on ur goals. they last longer than "LT", less weight, priced more affordable, and great drivability on/off road (just don't expect em to last when u go through jagged rocks.)