Hopefully this illustrates the idea a little bit better. The first picture is in the low/stowed position. The second picture shows one of the sides being lifted up. This should allow someone to lift a side a few perforated holes at a time. The RTT mount (green) would be able to move along the two front and rear arcs of the pivot arms (orange), allowing the telescoping posts (blue) to stay vertical with minimal binding. I'm sure there are ways to make this more sturdy and robust. This is just a proof of concept. I would love to have an fully actuated lift with linear-actuators on all corners, but with my experience with actuators, I wouldn't trust them after going over some moderate off-roading. I believe this concept could take some abuse. All it needs is some minor welding skills and some locking pins. Maybe some simple gas struts to help. Feel free to tear this design apart. I like criticism.