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Old 02-22-2016, 11:08 AM   #29
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My rig has about 80,000 on it. Been from Florida to Newfoundland, to Alaska twice, deep into Mexico and all over the US and Canada. I put MR IS on shortly after I bought it. I have hit every kind of road imaginable and even airborne the axles. I finally replaced the steel plate/rubber combination last year just before heading back to Alaska because on plate had two split rubber cushions and the seals were leaking. The ride and driving and interior condition of contents is amazing comparing before and after installation. I almost went back to a motorhome before someone clued me in about MorRyde IS system - - I was sick of the herky jerkies. I only had the wheels aligned one time in all those miles. I had no problem getting parts for the rebuild and no problem finding someone to do it. MorRyde has good repair centers they can recommend all over the country.
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Old 02-22-2016, 11:45 AM   #30
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What happened to the OP?

Must be traveling trying to chalk up some of those 35K miles


Other than a hot-shotter just can't see doing 35K a year towing
Course that is only 675 miles every week......stay 7 days and then haul-ass

When we FTd we would stay a week and then travel but we only moved 250 miles or less so yearly we towed 12K or so.
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