If I may... I suggest a smaller lift kit. Not only will 6 inches be expensive, it will require far more components then something more reasonable such as a 3.5 to 4 inch. Not only that but you raise your center of gravity, get increasingly more top heavy, and unstable. 3.5 is normally plenty. But another thing to keep in mind is most 4 cylinders came with a Dana 35 rear axel which will be susceptible to breakage with 35s. They don't have the strength to handle a tire like that so you may want to think about an axel swap. I'd recommend 4.56 or even 4.88 (would be my personal choice, but just an opinion) If you're dead set on 35s. But if you're running trails hard you might expect a break or two.