Ridgid's specs say 11 amps so that is roughly equal to the Bosch 1617, Hitachi M12VC, and I think the PC 890. It appears to have a hole through the base directly under the threaded adjustment rod so theoretically it's possible. In the picture it shows a rounded end on the bottom of the rod so it would depend on whether you are able to attach a tool such as allen wrench or (...?..) to the end of it so that you can turn it. If you have the skills you could drill and pin it with a roll pin to a socket in the end of a rod which could be formed into a wrench. Remember that you still need to be able to reach under the table and lock/unlock the router so it can be adjusted.
Just for an example. I have a Hitachi M12V2 which has a rod that extends to the underside of the base (which is the part facing you when mounted). It has a 14mm nut on the end of it so I drilled a hole through my table plate and use a 14mm socket to adjust height on mine.
Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.