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Old 10-20-2015, 05:05 PM   #1
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Kawasaki Tyrex4 fit

I have a 2013 3950 Voltage with the Queen loft bed that extends overhead into the garage area from the main cabin. I'm am looking at a Kawasaki Teryx4. The measurements are too close to call with respect to the height of the Tyrex and the clearance to the corner of the ceiling / bed protrusion. Any help short of me having to take the TH to the Kawasaki dealer is appreciated. Thanks!
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Old 10-20-2015, 07:43 PM   #2
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I also have a Teryx4 I took out the top bed in the garage. Now fits no problem. I have a 3605 with the 11' garage. I did HAVE to remove top bed though.
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Old 10-20-2015, 10:38 PM   #3
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I don't have a Tyrex4, but I do have a JD Gator RSX850I which measures:
Wheelbase 1849 mm76.8 in. Dry weight 648 kg1430 lb Length 2921mm with bumper /115 inches with bumper. Width 1435 mm56.5 in. Height 1867 mm73.5 in.


And it fits with another 4 wheeler. Had to stagger the tires but it all went.
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Old 10-21-2015, 09:19 AM   #4
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I know not the same but my '14 RZR900XP4 fits my 3950 with no modifications or issues
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Old 10-21-2015, 11:41 PM   #5
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Not the same, but I seem to be able to fit all my wife's crap in the garage trip after trip...wished the garage was a little smaller... . Left the bunks in so I do not have to pile so high.

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Old 10-21-2015, 11:59 PM   #6
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Not the same, but I seem to be able to fit all my wife's crap in the garage trip after trip...wished the garage was a little smaller... . Left the bunks in so I do not have to pile so high.

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Just think, she now has 3 years to collect stuff and then you get to pack it all in there. Need help? I was a loadmaster on CH-53E for most of my 24 year career.
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Old 10-22-2015, 10:36 AM   #7
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Just think, she now has 3 years to collect stuff and then you get to pack it all in there. Need help? I was a loadmaster on CH-53E for most of my 24 year career.
I need to put stuff in storage...

In all seriousness, I actually took out the folding bench seats in the garage. They were horrible as a bed and not the best to sit on...plus I would constantly hit my head when walking back there, since we keep the top bed down for the son...what height are your "toys"? I am looking for a golf cart, but it seems as though everyone likes to put lifts on these silly things..

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Cale, I hate the folding bench seats as well. Hit my bald head countless times. When you remove them, can I then lower the top bed down to normal "bed" level, eliminating the need to have my guests climb a ladder to get into bed?
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Cale, I have an electric golf cart with rear seat that I carry. It is "lifted" and was 7' tall. I cut 6" off the roof legs making the cart 6'6" tall at the highest point in the center of the top. The cart fits perfectly in the middle of the garage between the lower bench seats when they are in the up position. Cutting the top down has really had no effect on clearance for the driver but the rear seat passengers need to be careful getting in and out of the back. I cannot remove the rear beds because we use them at horse shows and trips for grand kids.
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Cale, I hate the folding bench seats as well. Hit my bald head countless times. When you remove them, can I then lower the top bed down to normal "bed" level, eliminating the need to have my guests climb a ladder to get into bed?
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There are four screws holding in each "leg" of the bench seats. Remove them and the seats will be gone. You will have to remove two screws on each corner of the bed and move them into the top screw holes for the bench seats....that honestly does not look like fun at all...

I may suggest it to the wife, but I have two four foot tables, one on each side of the garage, where the kids do their school work. If I move the bed down, son would still need some sort of step to get into the bed...though, once we finally move into a house, I will definitely move down, would be easier for guests. As it stands now, I cannot put the bed all the way up, the master bedroom mattress is back there, it presses against the AC and ceiling when full up.

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Cale, I have an electric golf cart with rear seat that I carry. It is "lifted" and was 7' tall. I cut 6" off the roof legs making the cart 6'6" tall at the highest point in the center of the top. The cart fits perfectly in the middle of the garage between the lower bench seats when they are in the up position. Cutting the top down has really had no effect on clearance for the driver but the rear seat passengers need to be careful getting in and out of the back. I cannot remove the rear beds because we use them at horse shows and trips for grand kids.
Thanks. If I can find a cart that has been modded like a car by a teenager, I think we will be good to go. Will be nice when we go to Disney next Christmas.

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Old 04-11-2016, 08:36 PM   #12
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Not a Terex but I got my Maverick Max with a 3 inch lift in my 3905 with the 14ft garage.
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