probably would help to give us some back ground info, even pictures of the jeep. Is it lifted? what kind of tires and what size does it have? What are you wanting to do with the jeep, rock crawling, trail riding or just cruising around town? Hard to help you out without more info.
If it's going to be a daily driver, consider putting a modest lift on it, maybe 2 or 3 inches. The higher your lift the lower your fuel economy goes. Yes, Jeeps are not representative of good fuel economy as it is, but lifting it 6 or 8 inches is going to hurt it even more. Second, purchase a good all terrain tire for it like the General A/T2 or the BF Goodrich A/T. Finally, invest in fog lights. They come in handy quite often and can save your arse if a headlight goes out. In addition, consider a nice steering wheel wrap. Doesn't have much more function than aesthetics, but it also makes the steering wheel more comfortable.
Forgot... get yourself a K&N Air Filter.
Losing hours at work? Taxes up on your paycheck? Having trouble finding a doctor? Your kids trashy?
i have kc fogs on mounted on the windshield and i was thinking about a 4 inch lift with 33's moneys not an issue itll just take more time to put more expensive things on it i also want aftermarket front and rear bumpers
Start at the bottom and work your way up. You need tires/wheels first. Search the forum for tire suggestions. There's plenty of threads on which tires perform better in certain conditions. I would suggest getting wheels with more backspacing, especially if you're going to get larger than a 31" tire. Since your going to have your wheels off to change them, you should get the lift on there too- again search the form for Lift threads- it's been debated a 1000 times (you'll probably come away confused, since everyone swears by whichever lift they dropped all their money on!) Once your lifted and sitting on good rubber, put some armor underneath to protect the important stuff (that's where I'm at now) and you'll be good to go for the most part.
FYI-From what I've read, Forget about the K&N, waste of money. A regular Fram/stock filter will work just fine- especially since your working with a 4cylinder....
98TJ. wheels. shocks. motor. other things that make a jeep move.