The first thing most people notice is the lack of conventional rear suspension, which allows feet of suspension travel. The rear consists of a Grady-designed and -built quarter-elliptical and four-link setup. He also added airbags, which can be used to stabilize the Jeep side-to-side if things get a little too crazy. What's funky with that rearend, though? Extra credit if you guessed that it's a Toyota 7.5-inch. Grady has run Toys for years and found that the rears are as good as any on a relatively lightweight vehicle, and they don't soak up valuable ground clearance.