I am guessing you got the factory tow package to get 4:10's. With your Automatic stay under 3" of lift...you will be replacing that driveshaft as eventually you will rip off your DS boot from it rubbing on your Transmission skidplate.
You can fit 35's easily with a 2" lift by running flat fenders or chop your stock fenders. However, if you are going to stick with stock fenders start looking at a 2.5-3" lifts. If you have plans on going with bumpers and winch...skip the Budget Boost and go right to a coil spring lift system like OME, Rock Crawler or Teraflex that should include coils, shocks, adj track bars, rear swaybar links and possibly Control arms to get your caster back. The stock springs don't handle extra weight very well.
4:10's should be bearable with the automatic...my suggestion is invest in a Superchips programmer to play around with your shift points, throttle delay response, power tunes as well set your tire size, remove TPMS and if you should re-gear it you can set the gearing ratio you install.
I would look at beefing up your swing gate or upgrade to a bumper/tire carrier to hold up a 35" tire as eventually you will start to pop the spot welds.