Since its a daily driver, I recommend All terrain tires.
285/70/17 = 33's or 35/12.5/17 if you have 3.73, or plan to regear in the future.
Toyo AT2, Cooper Discoverer AT3, BFG KO2's, and Duratracs all have great reviews and are WF member approved. Also look into the new pro comp all terrains since they have great warranty and are also new to the market.
A coil lift will help with your needs. A 2.5 only requires a few items. Coils, Shocks, rear trackbar bracket, and for your needs... go with a front geometry bracket. Add an exhaust spacer, Disconnects, grade 8 bolts, and address your rear brake lines (the front long enough). Use our vendors for free shipping and discounts. Krawl offroad, AOR (allens offroad), Northridge4x4, Quadratec, Extreme Terrain.
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