It needs to be mentioned that while the Gen III is a unibody construction, it does have a unique sub-frame which connects to the suspension. Because of this sub-frame it is possible to add a specialized body lift. Several Japanese company's make Gen III body lifts that will allow for fitment of 35" tires while maintaining the factory ride. Also, the IFS and IRS in the Gen III are very strong components and it can be argued that the Gen III's axles are stronger than those found on the Gen II and Gen II.5.
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