A decent lift kit will cost about $1500-$2000. And figure anyone couple hundred to have it installed. If you’re lifting it, I assume you’re going to be putting bigger tires it, this will necessitate changing the gears out as well, figure about $600 per axle for that. Figure on losing about 3 or 4 MPG as well. To do a lift right, figure in about $3500-$4000. And it probably be cost prohibitive to remove the lift with the stock bits every year.
No offense or anything, but for someone who depends on his vehicle like you do, you don’t seem to know much in the way of even general car knowledge, and when you get good information from people who do know a thing or two about cars, you tend to ignore them. Like your dangerous practice of inflated your tires to the max PSI that the tire is rated to hold rather than pressure spec’d by the very people who designed the car. I find it staggering.