Well the low tech way is have someone sit or put weight on the cargo area. Next let air out of rear tires, or you can compress rear suspension and strap down.
The highest point on the 4 seater is the roof is 6" or so behind the C pillar. It is just high impact polyrazmataz at that point. A flat aluminum roof would probably get you several inches. The other option would be a ratchet strap on the rear and compress the suspension that would definitely get you what you need. I am betting the C pillar is under 74" so an aluminum roof would do it. Seems like a win-win to me.I have an enclosed trailer use for hauling my ATVs and UTVs. The door height is 74.5 inches tall, the inside height 79 inches tall. The Talon 1000x-4 Fox live valve is listed at 78.1 inches tall. Based on the pictures it appears the plastic roof/top is lifted off the roll cage a little. I also noticed the back wheels are slightly behind the highest point on the UTV which may allow the roof to get into the trailer before the UTV is fully into the trailer possibly allowing the UTV to be driven into the trailer. My big question is does anyone know a way to temporarily reducing the height of the Talon for enclosed trailer hauling?
More important, how do you like the Live Valve?
LOVE MINEMore important, how do you like the Live Valve?