MetalCloak fenders allow a 35 with no lift. Just sayin.... ^^^ Imped "no minimum" is right but it seems like you are aiming for the wrong target here. What is your rig used for? Do you need tons of flex for trails or just to tuck the tire to crawl the mall?
Look into Metal Cloak fenders or something of the same nature. They lift the fenders up so you may not need as much lift. My goal is to run MC fenders and a 2" or 3" spring lift with Control Arms and Johnny joints from Currie. Theres a host of other parts to go along with it and none of it is cheap. J.E.E.P. = Just Empty Every Pocket
I think to run safely most will say 5 inches of lift. 4" susp and 1" BL/MML. As far as brand.... theres always a constant debate as to who is better or safer or who is not. Just read some reviews from 4 or 5 different companies and see who has the most complete lift. Look at other threads on here and look for some of the more experienced guys, read what they run. And remember youll get what you pay for most times.
I had a good friend tell me once while building a dragstrip Nissan 240, get what you want not just what you can afford. Meaning if you have to save a little more and get what you REALLY want, then so be it.
What is your rig used for? Do you need tons of flex for trails or just to tuck the tire to crawl the mall?
Define "tons of flex" and "trails."
I guess you could say it just likes to play at the mall.
OP, you have a lot of research to do. As I've already told you and as you've obviously missed, there's a lot more to running big tires than just fitting them. There's a lot more to suspension than "lift", which literally means nothing of value. Educate yourself on the subjects and revisit the idea once you know what you're doing.