This is something you've probably searched for, but this has indeed been covered a bunch of times. There are a huge pile of options for this kind of lift (in order of expected lift: XJ I6, XJ UpCountry, ZJ I6, ZJ I6 UpCountry, ZJ V8, ZJ V8 UpCountry, where do TJs fit???) But if you couldn't find it, here's what I tried and found on my Jeep:
V6 Cherokee coils netted about 2" and the handling was awful, as the springs were too soft.
I6 ZJ Non-UpCountry give me a solid 3." In fact, I have 3" aluminum spacers in the front, and I now have the slightest rake, so maybe they're good for 3.25". Stock ride and handling, full uptravel in a crossup.
V8 ZJ Non-UpCountry gave me about 4". Stock shocks are almost at max extension just sitting still. I didn't run them long because the ride was quite rough when the Jeep was empty, and because 4" was more than I wanted to eke out of the front.
Expect the UpCountry springs to be, say, 1/2" higher than the non-UpCountry versions.
If you only want 2" or so, I bet an I6 XJ spring would get there, if not, then an I6 XJ UpCountry probably would.
Pics include all three options I tried: V6, I6 ZJ, V8 coils (in that order):