Both kits are upgradeable. You can add more components in the future without having to replace anything in the original kit (if you stay with 2.5" lift). TF or RK, you can't go wrong with either one.
The RK kit includes an adjustable front track bar for only $70 more, so that's a win.
The TF kit includes bumpstops, but you can do that with hockey pucks (should be plentiful in Canada, eh?).
I did the hockey puck route. $1 per 1" thick puck. Add about 2" of bumpstops front and rear (total cost about $8). Just buy long enough bolts to go through them and some washers and lock nuts (total cost now about $12). Voila!
Harbor freight. The 6 or 12 ton ones dont recall wich) were 45 bucks and plenty big. Also wouldnt about them breaking as the jeep is nowhere near that limit
Unfortunately the nearest harbour freight is 2hours and a border away. I'd prefer something I can pick up locally.
Just wondering if there's a preferred type/size/height of jack and jack stands. I looked at the dinky jack that came with my Jeep and there's no chance that thing will get the job done. Maybe I'll just get some wooden blocks.
Look at your driver's side door jamb. There should be a label that tells you the vehicle's weight (GVWR?).
Anyways, simple answer is that a 2-dr weighs about 5000lbs (2267Kg). You only need to jack up one end of it at a time.
So, get a jack & jack stands that can lift at least half of that (i.e. 2 tons/4000lbs/1800Kg) and you'll be safe.