If you want your truck to corner better, as you said in your first post, you do NOT want to lift it. The higher the suspension or body, or both, sit on a truck the worse it corners. Decide whether you want the looks of a lifted truck, or better cornering, because you can't have both.
Also, you lift a truck to give it more ground clearance for off-roading, or at least for the look of an off-roading truck. Putting on such a truck tires that give you high performance when driving on pavement makes no sense, because they won't do well off-road and won't match the off-road look of a lifted truck.
Bright Red 2003 Edge Plus, 3.0 liter, reg. cab, 4WD, manual trans., 4.10 rear end.
Mods: Speedliner spray-on bed liner. Air box mod. K&N drop in air filter. Gibson Sweptside single pipe catback system. James Duff traction bars (above the springs type). Delta Industries black polyethelene truck box (mounted on the driver's side of the pickup box between wheel well and cab). Hidden Hitch receiver hitch. Side window visors. Door pockets.