I wouldn't buy new wheels until you get a lift and bigger tires.. IMHO, those look really nice compared to the stock colors..
The budget boost is a fairly easy install.. basically, taking the coil springs out, putting the poly spacers on, and reinstalling the springs.. Most guys like to put on longer shocks, quick disconnect anti-swaybar links, and then they stuff 31 inch tires on there
Put a turn down on it for your own safety. People have set their rigs on fire because the exhaust wasnt aimed at the ground. And no, I am not kidding. Also, do yourself a favor and look around the site a bit more. We have a wealth of knowledge for most everything you will come across while owning and enjoying your Jeep. Heres a link to the BB question
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