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Unless you need the interior room, I'd say stretch the wheelbase but not the body. You'll get the longer wheelbase, you'll have better approach and departure angles, and you won't have to re-paint the body.
By the looks of it, if you moved the rear axle back so the rear hanger was @ the very back of the frame, it looks like you would pick up 4-6" of WB. @ the front, if your front hanger was all the way forward, it looks like you would gain about the same. 10-12" , better approach/departure, no body work.
A short bed standard cab yota is 103" as well. I think nissan king cabs are about 120".
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I would say for the look don't stretch it but for practicality do stretch it. It is all your choice from there but definitly if you are gonna stretch it do it in the rear fenderwell or the entrance area where it is flat and straight
My longbed yota was 110 it was good, when I 3 linked it we made it 116 the stability made a huge difference, but now I have trouble makig tight turns on obstacles, and if I climb A really wicked ledge It has a tendancy to high center on the frame, though not enough to get you stuck.
if you just stretch just the wheelbase and not the body I'd think it would look because the rear fenderwells would look goofy
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