spend about $4000. Thread /closed P.S Don't off road your DD.
On topic: OP, I wheeled my stock TJ on 31's for over a year and drove it daily. I was incredibly suprised how easy it was to wheel, compared to a stock XJ for example. Lots of ground clearence and good suspenion articulation. Disconnecting the front swaybar makes a difference of night and day.
For a daily driver that handles very well both on an off road, I'd buy some good quality 31" all or mud-terrains, some front swaybar disconnects (I made my own for under $10), and call it good!
Edit: Maybe a 2" bb in the form of coil spacers if you'd like a little lift. However, I never had any problems with rubbing on my 31's, even when flexed to the bumpstops.
2006 LJ - 4.0L, NSG370, 31's
2001 XJ - 4.0L, AW4, 3.5" lift, 31's
1997 TJ - 2.5L, AX5, 2.5" lift, 32's - Sold
1983 CJ-5 - Stock - Sold
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