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The Kawasaki specification states:
Overall height 2,019 mm (about 6ft 7.48 inches)

I have a few questions to those who own a 2017 Ranch:

1) Is that the actual height including the standard roof?
2) When the bed is tipped, what extra height do you need for the flip up roof section?
3) How wide is the vehicle with all doors open?

Better to measure before building the storage building.

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Don’t have a ranch, but I have the camo. I would think that they are the same. I can measure tomorrow.


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You are correct on #1
Is this what you are asking for #2?

123” wide with the back two doors open(wider than front doors)


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Thank you for taking the time to measure your Mule.
Sorry, on #2, I wasn't clear.

I'm looking at how high the ceiling has to be in my new building to allow me to fully lift the bed inside of the building.
So I can service the engine and perform routine maintenance.

I need the higher of the following two measurements:
What is the maximum height the roof panel (when vertical, 90 degrees to roof) and
What is the maximum height of the headache bar frame when the bed is fully tilted.

I'm guessing 8 feet, so a 10-12 foot ceiling should be fine. Well unless I want a lift kit :)
 

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So with the back part of the roof at 90 degrees, you are looking at 104”. The headache rack doesn’t seem to go any higher than the roll bar. But that was in the short bed mode....


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Thanks, the reason I ask is that garage is a single pitch roof, I have limited vertical space.

104" gives me enough room to work with the bed raised or use a jack to change wheels / service brakes etc.
 
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