I have a 2010 2 door manual. I would eventually like to have 35" tires. I'd like to do it right, and would prefer not to trim anything. Is a 2" lift sufficient? Would 4.56 gears be necessary/appropriate? Any recommendarions on lift kit I should use? Can I keep the stock wheels? Do I need to worrey about the axle shafts? I am open to smaller tires. I basically want this to be a very capable trail rig that will maintain use as a comfortable daily driver. I don't plan to do extreme rock crawling. I took it on some moderately challenging trails this year, and am impressed with it's performance in stock condition. The only real trouble I had was occaisionally bottoming out, and also wishing it had a lower 1rst gear. Also ruined my steering damper on a rock, so I should probably relocate that! Before I lift or get bigger tires, I want to add a locker in the front. It has limited slip in the rear, which did fine. I think for now I would prefer to keep the limited slip in the rear because it never turns off, and has proven helpful on wet pavement. This is my first Jeep. I've had it for about a year and am enjoying driving it both around town and off road. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.