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Old 10-01-2014, 03:53 PM   #1
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Leaning RV, need assistance

I am new to RVing (3 weeks) and I noticed the motorhome leaning to one side yesterday. It is a 1993 Allegro bay DP on a XC18RD chassis.

When we bought it everything appeared to be in good shape for the age and I knew that small things would need to be repaired but I had no idea that finding information or parts would be this hard to find. It is a solid rubber set of plate sandwiched together like stairs steps and one of the rear ones is sheared. I have pictures I will try to post.

I don't have any manuals for it at this time and what I have found online doesn't show this part on the chassis at all. I don't have a clue really of what to call it. I did see what looked like to be a aftermaket product called MOR/ryde that looks like what I may have.

Any information on where to buy replacement parts would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 10-01-2014, 05:09 PM   #2
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Your RVs suspension is over 20 years old. Saying you load is balanced, Unless you upgraded the suspension, It may require new springs [leaf, coil, air] and shocks to correct the lean to say the least.
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Old 10-01-2014, 05:22 PM   #3
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That is a Mor Ryde suspension nearly all the parts are available. Here is the single axle setup. http://www.morryde.com/downloads/tec...e%20Manual.pdf

And this is the tag axle setup http://www.morryde.com/downloads/tec...e%20Manual.pdf
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I replaced the rubber springs on my tag axle a couple of years ago. Mine were not broken just starting to crack. Called MorRyde to order them, replaced both sides myself and a friend. If I remember right it was around $600.00 for both springs. Ask if there us a upgrade for more weight carrying capacity.

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Thank you all for replying to my post. I have been in contact with MOR/ryde and they are helping me obtain the part I need. Just if anyone was wondering or may need the same in the future, each spring is $319.99 and there are 2 per side (4 total).
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Thanks for the update. Although yours is different then my tag, it only uses one spring per side, you should feel a big improvement in the ride. I did with my tag.
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