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    MorRyde System

    Has anyone installed the Morryde System on their Imagine travel trailer?

    https://www.morryde.com/products/sre...system-triple/

    I plan on taking it to Alaska, Iím told there are a lot of permafrost bumps or hills, the Morryde would help.

    My daughter in law saw a video of someone pulling a Reflection in Alaska in their blog they mention this Morryde system to make the pull better.

    https://www.keepyourdaydream.com/alaska-recap/

    Anyway, I would like to get others opinion PLUS any other ideas that would help.
    Thanks
    Terry
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    You might look at the current suspension on your trailer or talk to your dealer. Many of the newer GD RVs have been coming with the MORryde systems from the factory.

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    Hi Rob,
    Thank you
    My Imagine is new, I looked at my Suspension it does not say MorRyde. I can contact my Dealer Monday, although they are in the Atlanta area, I'm in Ohio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PVISION View Post
    Hi Rob,
    Thank you
    My Imagine is new, I looked at my Suspension it does not say MorRyde. I can contact my Dealer Monday, although they are in the Atlanta area, I'm in Ohio.
    Does it say Dexter or Lippert/LCI?

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    (Previously in a Reflection 337RLS)
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    Quote Originally Posted by PVISION View Post
    Has anyone installed the Morryde System on their Imagine travel trailer?

    https://www.morryde.com/products/sre...system-triple/

    I plan on taking it to Alaska, I’m told there are a lot of permafrost bumps or hills, the Morryde would help.

    My daughter in law saw a video of someone pulling a Reflection in Alaska in their blog they mention this Morryde system to make the pull better.

    https://www.keepyourdaydream.com/alaska-recap/

    Anyway, I would like to get others opinion PLUS any other ideas that would help.
    Thanks
    We put the cre3000 on our Imagine XLS 21bhe last year. Definitely felt that it towed better and rode smoother. Took the trailer to Morryde in Elkhart and had them install the CRE3000, wet bolts, and heavy duty shackles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PVISION View Post
    Has anyone installed the Morryde System on their Imagine travel trailer?

    https://www.morryde.com/products/sre...system-triple/

    I plan on taking it to Alaska, I’m told there are a lot of permafrost bumps or hills, the Morryde would help.

    My daughter in law saw a video of someone pulling a Reflection in Alaska in their blog they mention this Morryde system to make the pull better.

    https://www.keepyourdaydream.com/alaska-recap/

    Anyway, I would like to get others opinion PLUS any other ideas that would help.
    Thanks
    I installed the cre3000 and wet bolts on my 2020 2500rl. It passed the qualifier questions well and ive put maybe 5000 miles on it since. It tows nicely and seems to be a bit smoother judging from how much less stuff gets dislodged during drives. Ive never been to Alaska so cant comment on how it would do on the roads up there. Some of the roads in so cal are in pretty bad shape too...

    Its not a terribly expensive (nor difficult) upgrade to do so why not give it a try?
    2020 imagine 2500rl; 2021 F250 Tremor 7.3

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    The Frame says Lippert
    the suspension says China
    Terry
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    Quote Originally Posted by PVISION View Post
    The Frame says Lippert
    the suspension says China
    All the frames are made by Lippert. If you don't see "MORryde" anywhere, it sounds like you would benefit from installation of the MORryde equalizers, shackles, and wet bolts, then.

    Rob
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    2020 Solitude 310GK-R, MORryde IS, disc brakes,
    Sailun LRG tires, solar, DP windows, W/D
    (Previously in a Reflection 337RLS)
    Full time since 08/2015

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmcrowe View Post
    I installed the cre3000 and wet bolts on my 2020 2500rl. It passed the qualifier questions well and ive put maybe 5000 miles on it since. It tows nicely and seems to be a bit smoother judging from how much less stuff gets dislodged during drives. Ive never been to Alaska so cant comment on how it would do on the roads up there. Some of the roads in so cal are in pretty bad shape too...

    Its not a terribly expensive (nor difficult) upgrade to do so why not give it a try?

    Not to hijack this thread but I am looking to install the Moryde 3000 with new shackles and wetbolts. I
    have jacks and stands but am nervous about getting trailer safely suspended so I can work under it.
    I have watched numerous youtube videos and they all show how to change the equalizer and stuff but
    they do not show the jacking and rendering the trailer safely suspended. One big question, is it better to jack
    one side at a time or raise all 4 tires?

    Thanks for any help:
    Bob A.
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    2020 Grand Design Imagine 2450RL
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    Micro Air easy start, Goodyear Endurance Load rated "E" Tires
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    Rob, thanks I will find someone to install the MorRyde.
    I plan on taking the Imagine to Alaska next summer, is there a forum that might discuss Alaska? I want to go via northern Michigan.
    Are there any campgrounds in Norther Georgia you really like? State of Georgia Campgrounds?
    My son lives in Cumming, I hope to share the Imagine with them. Even though I'm in north Ohio we bought it in Acworth.
    Terry
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