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Old 08-03-2011, 04:40 PM   #15
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It sounds like you have a Mor/Ryde suspension system on your tag. Mor/Ryde vulcanizes rubber pads to steel plates. They have had problems in the past with the rubber seperating from the plates. You MUST do something about this. Your axel is overloaded at this point. Contact Mor/Ryde at 219-293-1581 or 219-294-4936
Thank you very much. We will call tomorrow. You have been a wonderful source of information. THANKS again!!!
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Old 08-03-2011, 06:52 PM   #16
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It sounds like you have a Mor/Ryde suspension system on your tag. Mor/Ryde vulcanizes rubber pads to steel plates. They have had problems in the past with the rubber seperating from the plates. You MUST do something about this. Your axel is overloaded at this point. Contact Mor/Ryde at 219-293-1581 or 219-294-4936
Thank you so much. That is what we have and we will call. You are a wonderful source of help!!!
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