It depends on what size tire you want to run.. I do like the 3" lift I think it rides a bit soft for my taste but it does just fine. I wish I had sprung for the 4" long arm kit but that was out of my price range. You can run 265/75 with a 3" kit and some minor trimming. You will most likely also need some wheel spacers. You may also need a new front driveshaft...mine started making awful noises immediately after installing the lift. Also the rear sway bar on WJs is about as big around as my pinky finger so it will help your on-road performance to upgrade that. (I have yet to upgrade mine). Is yours a v8?
My plans include a winch bumper and rear bumper with tire carrier.. bushwacker flares.. 4.5-5" of lift and a long arm kit of some kind. I may even try to stuff some 35s under it.. It will take me years to get all of that done but we will see. I think the axles would probably be the last thing I upgrade because of the cost involved and the quadra-drive seems to work pretty well. I also want to get mine equipped with some tow points so I can flat tow it behind my in-laws RV.
I am about halfway done installing my IRO sliders.. what a pain in the ***. I just have no time to work on it anymore. I am determined to get them done this weekend. I have the passenger side done and I am impressed at how tight the hug the rocker and I only lose an inch or so of clearance.
2000 WJ Limited 4.7 V8, Quadradrive, 3" IRO, 32" Destination MTs, Rusty's exaust, Flowmaster 50, Carolina front driveshaft, IRO Premium sliders