You will really struggle on 35 s with that gearing. If you have standard tyres it will work fine but anything larger than 31" and you will find it progressively harder to accelerate and your fuel consumption will be abysmal at highway speeds. The chart below sets out the gear ratios needed to keep the engine bubbling at 2400-2600 rom at 55mph, the ideal speed for economy and a good indication you will have the gears lower down to accelerate briskly. If you look at your gearing you will see how far you are away. I doubt your rig will reach 60mph in top gear even with the accelerator jammed right down with 35" tyres and fuel consumption would likely be in single figures. 35" tyres are also gobblers of fuel and will affect thebraking ability of the rig.
I know it is frustrating but it is not easy to just buy kit and build a monster truck, there are plenty of rigs on here which have taken years to build and $1,000s in heavy mods to run 35s reliably in serious off roading. I personally find that 31" tyres, a mild 1" lift on the shackles on a 4.1 gearing and reading the trail gets me most places around here reliably for minimum bucks and can run as a DD with enough acceleration to keep up with the traffic flows. Check out my profile and you will see a mild lift and increase in width.
The other rule of thumb is to only lift a vehicle to get larger tyres under it as each inch of lift compromises the mechanicals. The largest standard lift tyres which will not rub are 31". If you ran 35" tyres you could in theory get away with 2" of suspension lift but most people find rubbing with less than 3". Body lifts do little for me as they just look wrong but are dirt cheap to gain tyre clearance.
Once you have a bit of clearance you can start to think about wheel articulation and how to get that power on the ground.
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