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Headed to Seattle in August for a Alaska cruise, so i called Morryde in Indiana see if they could squeeze me in. So were on target for the Morryde SRE4000 and disk brakes. I have a friend that put IS on his rig and said its a top notch company to work with. Have hook ups right there so you can stay in your rig

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They ARE TOP NOTCH...

I was in their facility back in "09" getting the IS on a fifth wheel.... then again in "16" getting it on another, and have an appointment for the first week of June to get the IS and discs installed on my new fifth wheel...

If you can swing it, think about the IS in place of the SRE 4000... there is a difference, and depending on the weight of the fifth wheel, it will be the best money spent.

You should be very impressed...


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the Morryde SRE4000 is NOT the IS system. you know that right? but the IS system will run you about $7K


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IS is the ONLY option I would consider.


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I had MorRyde SRE4000 installed a year ago on a 9400 lb. fifth wheel trailer. Night and day difference--eliminated 98% of the trailer chucking. I believe that MorRyde recommends IS for 7.000 lb. axles and higher. They recommend SRE4000 at the 6,000 lb. axle level. I just had SRE4000 installed on 6,000 lb.axles by ordering on line and installing through a less expensive axle shop. Feel free to PM me for the name of the shop. MorRyde is very good. Only two problems: 1) they schedule very precisely and are currently booked out 3 months in advance and 2) their shop rate per hour is pretty high. However, no one will be disappointed with the service work.

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MorRyde will estimate SRE4000 at about $1100, and you will be amazed how good it is.

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lenr wrote:

MorRyde will estimate SRE4000 at about $1100, and you will be amazed how good it is.


I’ll agreee with how good the SRE4000 is. I installed them last year on ours and the improvement is noticeable on bridge joints and other bad spots in our roads


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May be a good system but it don't work for me.After 6 month I replace with IS and now I am very please.May be the SRE 4000 is good for lighter trailer not for mine 15000 lb.FW.If your trailer is heavy don't use SRE install the IS.


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I have the 3000 on my high country and it has 7000 lbs axels . So you think I should go to the 4000 also

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Just sent rmoparman a PM on getting service.

Anyone considering MorRyde service should give them a call. They are great and willing to talk on the phone giving advice on which system to use. Their service is top notch. We had the Lippert cushioned equalizer that is similar to the MorRyde 3000 system. I never noticed an improvement after installation. Then we had MorRyde install the SRE4000 along with riser tubes to give enough clearance above the tires (SRE4000 requires 4") and to level the trailer. What a difference. We hardly felt a bump on the way home from MorRyde. That was only a 9400 lb trailer with 5200 axles, but we just had the SRE4000 installed on a 12,000 lb trailer with similar results. No doubt the IS system is superior, but it is also many times the money. Call MorRyde and ask for an estimate. We also had disk brakes installed at the same time as the SRE4000 at a different shop because MorRyde does not do axle nor spring work, which we also did.

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