Nice looking jeep!
A picture does not have the info you or I need to make a determination.
Do you know what backspacing your wheels have? You can remove and measure your spare if not.
read this it will explain a lot jeep.us41.org
that is a great site btw I would book mark it and read as make sure to look all around, you will be helped a lot.
now in general you need to either increase your lift or change your backspacing and get wider flares or some combination of both. Since you are new around here , i first recommend that you read up on the past archives of the board.
You can get just about any question done with the search feature and the FAQ's. Read them in each section that you are interested. Remember some one has always asked your question before, so all you have to do is find where they did that. It can seem frustrating at first, read the tips to searching in it's FAQ and be patient.
then as you read, you need to decide how you plan to use your jeep, everyone wants bigger tires, it is one of the most visible upgrades you can think of, but depending on what you plan to do with your jeep it may not be the smartest or safest thing to start with. And understand that a lot of upgrades need other things at the safe time to keep everything working right (like wheels needs clearance so then they need things i just listed above) Then you need to know that you will be building this jeep for as long as you have it, no need to do it all today. better to do it right and not waste money along the way.
Many folks, myself included think it is smart to learn on a smaller built jeep, it teaches you good driving rather than relying on might or size. I can bear personal witness that many folks around here have no problem wheeling their jeeps stock or close to, and what gets you home at the end of the day is not breaking something , so i would think about armor if you planning to go out and play.
Plus there is a few things every jeep needs, basic tools, basic recovery gear, cb. make sure you put those things in your budget. here is a greathttp://www.sidekickoffroad.com/equiping.htm, you will figure out where you fall on this needs list in time. you no not need it all now in any way.
I'm heading out for the weekend, just wanted to respond before i went, we can chat more on monday. Again nice jeep!