Received this response to a query I sent to MORryde yesterday:
Thanks for your letter and question about the 2016 Ford chassis. I'll do my best to share information with you. Let me start by telling you that MORryde does not perform the chassis alterations for Forest River as i believe they use a sister division. MORryde does perform chassis alterations for other OEM's which has given us insight to the industry wide issue on the 2016 Ford chassis.
The 2016 Ford chassis featured several changes and an unintended effect has been a vibration and various sounds in the chassis. the most common vibration occurs in the 58-63 mph speed. Ford has been working with the industry for the past 2 months to identify the root cause and solutions to address the vibration. In addition, some OEM's have been working independently to find acceptable solutions. Ford has been conducting conference calls twice a week to share information with the builders. As of this date, Ford has identified the type of vibration that is occurring but has not provided OEM's with a corrective solution. They have assured the industry they are working on solutions but have not provided a date we can expect a solution.
As I indicated, MORryde does perform chassis alterations and works with other OEM's on their chassis. We are currently working closely with Thor Motors on a potential solution for the issue. Thor has contracted with an independent consultant and the combination of the consultant and MORryde's engineers has proven very promising. We have been working on potential solutions for the various chassis wheel base lengths that are used in the industry. The solution involves a combination of driveline angle adjustments and driveshaft balancing which is then proved out with instrumentation and test drives. We are very encouraged as a solution has been identified for a good number of different wheel base lengths. We are now working to apply the solution to even more chassis wheelbases. the test drives have proved successful and Thor has now released units for shipment to dealers. In addition, new units are being produced with the "fix" in place.
I too placed an order in mid June with an approximate quoted delivery of mid-August on a GTS 2431 S. Had planned to pick up in Ohio and drive back to WA state. At this point the weather as well as continuing shorter daylight is causing me have second thoughts. And I thought that (finally) being retired was going to be fun