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Old 12-09-2015, 11:08 AM   #31
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Yikes! $1500.00 would have gone a long ways towards installing a Mor-Ryde IS which would be my first choice. Hope this works out for you.

Yeah, I would have preferred the Mor-Ryde IS, but didn't want to invest that kind of money. I never imagined this would end up costing $1,500!


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Espendeydad, did that come off your phone? I guess I'm going to get me one but my wife's fighting me on it. we have the throw away phones. What Phone do you have and recommend being your the high tech guy on this forum?...

I personally am an iPhone person.


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yes it does I have a trailer air and with the shocks it rides great

Glad to hear it. I'm looking forward to getting some miles on the camper. I'll put 2,500 on in January.
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Old 12-09-2015, 12:44 PM   #32
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Espendeydad, did that come off your phone? I guess I'm going to get me one but my wife's fighting me on it. we have the throw away phones. What Phone do you have and recommend being your the high tech guy on this forum?...
Just tell her you accidentally dropped your phone and ran over it. But the current smart phones are way over priced, I don't have a high end one but between mid and high, paid over 650 each, one for me and my DW. Although were paying monthly for two yrs. I have the Samsung note 4, or Phablet if you will.
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Old 12-09-2015, 12:47 PM   #33
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This was mostly Route 91, but I think it was also concrete. We were only on I-5 for 4-5 miles.

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The ride is smoother if you have a short bed regular cab and not towing. But I didn't enjoy driving on the I5 in a dually crew cab and long box towing a TT. It's like I went through a milkshake machine.
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Been down I5 many times towing fiver with a 2001 F350 crew cab long bed and was not bad at all. With my 1995 extended cab dually was like a roller coaster and the seat belt would tighten up you would have to unlatch retract and put back on every so many miles just to keep from getting squeezed to death.
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Put shocks on my Flagstaff for the cost of the 4 shocks. Torsion axles too.
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