1.25 body may not be a good option for you, get at least a rough country 2.5" suspension spacer lift, also in the jeep world people like to use small wheels with big tires, some use 15" most use 17" of course is a thing of personal preference but if you already got some 18" it wont be a bad option either. congrats on your jeep
all blacked out JKUR, 2.5 RC lift, stock rubi tires with plastidipped wheels, all LEDs and HIDs
Edit: actually ... Look at your spring rates (tag last 2 numbers)
Im thinking either lower rates or sagging. If this is the case, a 19/60 stock spring upgrade would benefit you without altering the stock geometry.
Sure... Spacer lifts are pretty much all alike. Most level the jeep as well. 2" should provide you will longer sway bar links and bumpstops. You really should have shock adapters to not loose shock travel.
Coils are cheap and get the job done, zone is a sister company to BDS which is a great company. Im going to get the 4 inch lift from zone when I get enough money. But the only problem is, that the kit doesn't come with shocks.
You know what FJ stands for right? Failed Jeep.
"Cheap" usually means lacking key components
Especially at 4"
Anybody can put together 4" coils/sway bar links and cam bolts for under $400
4" is tough on the driveline and steering angles.
You would also need control arms (pinion/caster)
Track bars (axle center) and possible steering correction (highsteer) to make it all work.