OK OK OK...interesting. lets begin...
first NO on the body lift. i will bet $ your front end sits lower then the rear? ok heres what we do. you have 3 options in a sence.
coil blocks, ok there is two different ways to do this. there is 2 kits. one with a stud extender that goes on your stock bolt that holds the coil in place OR one with a 3" longer grade 10 bolt that replaces the whole bolt, that involves a little more work but stronger in the long run. thats what i have on mine is the replacing of the bolt.
# DYS-KF09108BK $104.95(stud extender)
# DYS-KF09101BK $104.95(longer bolt)
dont let the picture on summits web site fool you there just general photos
last thing is Bigger coils NOW being you have a 4cyl there is a great chance this might change your ride of the truck to harsher BUT they are faster to install BUT also dont always get 2" out of them.
Ok eather one of these you WILL need longer shocks in the long run you can run stock for a while BUT you have maxed the shock out. i run a set of 2" longer Skyjacker Hydros. there like $89 for the pair BUT there damn good shocks
now with eather way you will need a front end alignment all these lifts i have installed the trucks needed a 2 1/4" cam so expect the alignment to run you around $100-$150 depending.
now you will be able to fit 31's with NO problem i run acully 32x10.5x16's with no rubbing but at full crank on the sway bar. which all of the 93-97 trucks do with larger tires.
now with any of this to install i recommend a GOOD set of tools and air/impact guns. some good time like whole weekend. and a torch you will need to heat up alot of the bolts to get them off with out braking ****... when you get to that piont i can explain step by step how to install done it tomany times to count i can install these in like 3 hours now.
btw here is a pic of my truck i have the 2" spacer and 32x10.5x16's.... and yes it is a 4cyl.