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Depending on how much lower you need it, you can also reduce your rear spring preload so the car will squat.
 

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Id let all the air out of the tires. You're going to be fighting quiet a bit of force, anything less than a chain binder and a good bump might have your roof hitting the ceiling.
 

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I had this same issue with my toy hauler. My back bed does not go all the way up to the ceiling, the rear of the cage was 5 inches too high. I thought I could flatten the tires and ratchet strap the the rear end to get the clearance, boy was I wrong. I could not get the suspension to load up with a ratchet strap, it was too stiff. Thankfully I was able to put spacers under the back side of the bed frame in the trailer to get the clearance I needed. Is it just the rear of the cage that does not clear the door frame? Maybe try ATV size wheel/tire combo to transport?
 
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