If you do the 2" BB lift widest you can go on a stock rim would be 31x10.5x15. Any wider on stock rim and you'll rub on your control arms when you turn. Do yourself a favor and don't go cheap. The cheaper you go now, the more you'll shell out next month replacing and fixing parts your cheap lift prematurely wore out or cracked. And you don't want to risk a suspension or steering component breaking or coming apart at 65 mph. Research what each size lift is going to require to ride correctly than decide on how big you want to go. Tire size should be the last thing your thinking about. But it seems with your budget you won't be going over 31's. Best thing to do is the read through others build threads. Read what they upgraded and kits they bought, you'll get a good idea for what people spent. I just bought a iro lift, that's a very good place to start. Tons of people run their kits with no complaints. Another thing to do, check the reviews section here. Read up on parts your thinking about ordering to see how they held up before you make someone else's mistake. Last but not least, I just went from a 2" BB to a full 3.5 from iro, not including the exhaust I bought, I spent about 750 just upgrading the shock and a rear adjustable track bar. Control arms are next. All in all, stop thinking couple hundred and be more realistic. To upgrade everything you'll need to correctly, one time and not 2, start thinking atleast a grand. Remember it's your dd, it's gonna suck when your cheap kit breaks and your waiting on new parts to fix something you could have prevented.