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5 inches. It looks taller because there is no windshield.
The riser on mine is 4" and thinking another 2" would be about right.

Right now I'm waiting to see how the BDX adjustable works out or just snowcheck a 2010.

http://www.snowest.com/forum/showthread.php?t=120299
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You have 4" on yours? I thought only the isovibe?
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WOW ... I feel sorta inferior here..... I think mine is just the stock Escape 3.5" pivot.
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I need to be able to stand upright. That's pretty important. I hate leaning forward and feeling like I am off balance.
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i have a 5-7" pivoting adjustable on the sks
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You have 4" on yours? I thought only the isovibe?

IsoVibe + 2" Ole's

http://www.snowest.com/forum/showthread.php?t=57848

Need a 4" + the IsoVibe along with longer brake line (easy) and throttle cable (not as easy for factory reliability) unless the '09s are longer....hmm....
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