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Dropped it off at the Elkhart factory today. Go back on Thursday to pick it up. Also getting disc brakes, pass through slide, and cord reel.

I ain't right, taking a brand new trailer and having suspension replaced before even the 1st trip. Once we committed to purchase the trailer, the next call was to have IS installed. I scheduled the installation in mid January, and the soonest date available, 11/17!!! They are now booking into 2023!

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We actually had the IS installed on ours before it was even delivered to the Dealership. Turned out to be a good thing because we paid for the optional Disk Brakes from the Factory, somehow they dropped that line item of our order. So MORryde ended putting the Disk Brakes with the IS.


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I hope it performs beyond your wildest dreams!


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philh wrote:

Dropped it off at the Elkhart factory today. Go back on Thursday to pick it up. Also getting disc brakes, pass through slide, and cord reel.

I ain't right, taking a brand new trailer and having suspension replaced before even the 1st trip. Once we committed to purchase the trailer, the next call was to have IS installed. I scheduled the installation in mid January, and the soonest date available, 11/17!!! They are now booking into 2023!
You will love it.


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pianotuna wrote:

I hope it performs beyond your wildest dreams!


It will! Nothing else out there that comes close.

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You will love the IS. Money well spent.

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I am on my 3rd fiver with the IS and disc brakes....

The moment my wife said "We will never own a fiver without the IS and discs" was the moment I knew they were good... And she is the BIGGEST CHEAPSKATE I know ! :-)


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What are the benefits of independent suspension? Is it tire wear? Is it a smoother ride? Is it a more robust stronger suspension? Why should one invest in independent suspension?
What sticks in my mind is getting something better than poor quality parts used on all RV's, but is it more to it that that.


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Lantley wrote:

What are the benefits of independent suspension? Is it tire wear? Is it a smoother ride? Is it a more robust stronger suspension? Why should one invest in independent suspension?
What sticks in my mind is getting something better than poor quality parts used on all RV's, but is it more to it that that.



It is everything you mentioned above... smoother ride, we leave our Keurig and paper towel dispenser on the counter top when traveling. No more rough riding down the highway, bridge approach's are smooth now, RR tracks are smoothed out... It is more robust, you LOOSE the axles, springs, spring perch, shackles,, basically EVERYTHING we hear people on hear complaining about breaking...

Then you add the disc brakes, you really have to have them to know the true difference..

SO, basically by adding the Morryde IS, it changed the entire dynamic of travelling for us . ..

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Curious what this costs? I had a spring break recently on a trip. It could have been substantially worse, but makes me worry now.


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