Take a look at the suspension section or the member builds section for some ideas. The price varies quite a bit. I would suggest getting suspension and tires done at the same time so you don't look weird. Also, expect to lose a bit of gas efficiency with the bigger tires and taller stance. Budget yourself for some recovery gears and communications (CB, Ham, etc). Armor costs too but there's not rush to get everything done right off the bat. I would look into getting recovery gears and communications first, then armor next. Suspension stuff last actually.@Fjamming yea i have already diamond plated just about the whole thing plane on getting skids in the future just really like the big lifted look. also if i were to get a 3 inch lift about how much would it cost.
For a 3in. you could be anywhere between $900 (OME) and a few thousand (Icon stage 6). A great site for lifts if toyteclifts.com. They have a big selection and have good descriptions of the parts. Also, I would check out Radflo, I plan to buy a set within 6 months and I know Wikid has had great experiences with them.also if i were to get a 3 inch lift about how much would it cost.
x2 re Smalldog's comments … without doubt 35s look cool, but its a slippery slope if you go this route, and not cheap to do it right …If you are dead set on a 6" lift and 35s knowing it just looks cool, and will bring a laundry list of other mods needed to accomplish it...
Most guys run the rough country 6", and it doesn't create any more ground clearance in some critical areas than a 3". You will also need $400-$1000 UCAs, a BMC, some fender well shaving, regear, swingout rear bumper to carry the huge 35" spare tire (cargo door sag and wear), etc then go for it.
Don't jump into it without a lot of homework because it will be very expensive even if you do all the labor yourself.
I say 3" and 35s. You'll still need (or wish you had) everything I listed above as well due to the 35s
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well it`s your rig and only you know best.I wouldn't sell the 2wd I have spent lots of money into accessories. the 2wd does great offroading, I have taken it to hidden falls in texas and didn't fail me yet.