I'm sure you'll get responses from people much more knowlegable on the subject than I am, but the obvious first question is to ask which model your Triton router is. Mine is the TRA001, which is specifically designed to be mounted in a table although theoretically at least, it could be used as a hand router despite its size and weight. I fitted mine to a Triton saw table, for which I purchased a router conversion kit (the table itself is quite basic and came with a cheap (but quite good) saw mounted in it). With the TRA001 fitted, I find it very easy to adjust the height without any special accoutrements. After doing it a couple of times I found I could simply reach under the table to release the lock, raise and fine tune without needing to crouch down and look under the table.
If eating carrots improves the eyesight, how come there are so many dead rabbits on the roads?