A lot of folks (myself included) go up to 35's. I'll dare to be different many times, and one was with my fiancee's (Briana's) rig. I kept it damn simple- a set of OEM 4-door coils and shocks, and Teraflex swaybar disco's up front. Done. Looks nicely setup with 33's underneath, and gets 18 MPG around town, and 22 MPG on the highway with the 6-speed, OEM 3.73's, and the Superchips (measured by miles driven divided by gallons put in, filled up, no top-offs).
Rides great, looks just so, and unless I go for MAX flex (huge off-camber) with the swaybar disconnected, no rub at all. Plus, no warranty issues to worry about (the dealer thinks it's stock
), and all OEM parts.
If you wanted to go a bit further, ditch the OEM shocks and get Bilstein 5100's. I plan to do this for her rig at some point (after mine's done
). I have them on mine- ride GREAT, and handling's better than ever. Plus, lifetime warranty. Paid JUST over $300 shipped for all 4 at shockwarehouse.com
This way, things stay simple, cheap, and easy. Replacement parts are plentiful, and never on back-order (just cruise the forums and you'll find 5 sets of OEM 4-door springs to choose from. I got mine in exchange for helping a buddy lift his rig
). You may want to go with a different disco system that doesn't require as much maintenance (greasing) as Tera, however.
Anyway, just wanted to let you know. We have all OEM arms and track bars- it aligns true, tracks straight, handles well enough, and best of all- she's happy