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Old 03-08-2015, 04:18 PM   #1
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MORryde SRE4000 to raise trailer.....opinions

Hey guys, hooked up my 2014 Grand Design 303rls yesterday to my new 2015 F350 FX4 CC LWB. The trailer is nose high but I have 6.5" of clearance with the hitch being at the lowest point.
The trailer comes stock with the correct track system and equalflex system that is non adjustable and the axles are already flipped. A trailer company here is suggesting the Morryde SRE 4000 system that comes with an adjustable shackle to gain 3 inches and also a cross member from hanger to hanger that would eliminate lateral forces.
This is a method that mimicks one used by another person who ran into the same problem on another forum. In his case, he had an extension welded on, used the stock shackles,and then a gusset welddd from one side to the other. The trailer shop said they would do that, but would not warranty the work or provide invoice because it is deemed unsafe. They would though stand behind the Morryde.


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Did you ever have a previous tow vehicle? If so, what was it/how did it work hooked up?
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