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Old 02-21-2014, 08:13 PM   #1
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Just wondering about you guys that have the Mor/ryde system under their rigs what was the ballpark figure of the cost ? We have been considering going that way or the Centerpoint air ride system

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Old 02-22-2014, 01:16 PM   #2
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I had the MOR/ryde installed on my 2014 3850RL before I took delivery. So far it has been great.

Previously I had a 2008 Cedar Creek (CC) 37RDQS that came stock with a pair of 7k axles. The CC was heavy stock without our stuff in it. I put about 40k miles on it and had nothing but issues with it the first 10k miles. Finally took it to MOR/ryde's plant in Indiana and had the IS and DISC brakes installed. Difference was night and day for the suspension and braking.

If you go to MOR/ryde direct and have it installed it takes about 3 days. You can stay in the camper at night (after about 5 PM) but have to be out about 7 AM so they can go to work. They provide electricity and access to their restrooms. Even give you a key to the facility as your camper will be inside their building. They are, without a doubt, the BEST commercial business with whom I have ever dealt, bar none.

It ran about $5500 for the suspension and brakes. It is now close to $6600 to have the same thing done. List price from Forest River to have it done on the Trilogy was about $10k. Dealer said he knocked down the price but who knows...

I highly recommend the installation of both!

2014 Dynamax Trilogy 3850RL - South Hampton Interior, Full Body Paint (Black / Silver / White), MOR/ryde Independent Suspension, MOR/ryde Disc Brakes, ONAN 5500 Generator, Progressive Industries HW50C w/Dual Display, Winegard HD Dish w/DirecTV, Washer & Dryer, iSprings 7-stage Reverse Osmosis Water Filter, Trail-Air Flex Air Pin Box, Third AC installed, AC Voltage/Amp Meters, DC Amp Meter.
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