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I am looking to buy a 2020 live valve 4 seater and I am trying to make sure it will fit in my toy hauler. I was hoping someone could measure the inset of the cage from the tires. I know the width is 64 inches that part is easy. I however have a cabinet that is on the side of the toy hauler that I am hoping clears. So I am trying to see if someone knows or can measure how far back is the edge of the cage form the outside of the tire. Any help would be awesome.
 

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I am looking to buy a 2020 live valve 4 seater and I am trying to make sure it will fit in my toy hauler. I was hoping someone could measure the inset of the cage from the tires. I know the width is 64 inches that part is easy. I however have a cabinet that is on the side of the toy hauler that I am hoping clears. So I am trying to see if someone knows or can measure how far back is the edge of the cage form the outside of the tire. Any help would be awesome.
Worst case is at the B pillar of the cage at roofline. It's About 5" inset from the outside edge of the tire. (there is the head of a roof fastener) The C pillar tapers back to about 6".
 

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Best to drop by the dealer and do a trial fit to make sure it will work. It will depend on how much room you have and if you are willing to do a bit of gymnastics to get in. Again no substitute for the real thing. Take pictures and do let us know how it works out. Ride safe and do have fun!
 

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I have a 2020 talon 1000R I put in a Raptor toy hauler. I have 3” to spare at rear highest point to bottom bunk. Stock tires and wheels.
 

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We picked it up and it fit. I got it a little bit too close to the cabinets and rubbed a hole in one of the doors and took some of the stain off. Otherwise it's a tight fit but works :) Thanks for your guys's help
 

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Not super hard, I get to passanger side then I can open the door to get out. I have like a foot or so of room to weasel out.
 
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