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Old 06-14-2019, 10:59 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Sask Farm View Post
I just had this installed on my 379 Solitude. I believe they changed name to
Joy Ryder now. I have Moryde and Anderson ultimate set up. I never had any issues with bounce or chucking that we noticed in truck but things got bounced around inside trailer a lot. The new system has helped huge on this. Trailer has a little less bounce or sway from roads and wind now as well I believe. The equa flex which was only a year old was was not holding up, and I greased often. I added hyd disc brakes at the same time. After all this garble lol I think it was worth it and should be less maintenance!
Thank you. This is the feedback I was looking for. I use an trailair pinbox, bw 25k companion hitch and am looking for something that doesnt break the bank to soften the road jolts to the rig.


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Old 06-21-2019, 07:09 AM   #16
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Shocks should help. Just be sure they are quality ones properly weight rated with enough travel length on both ends.
Shocks will reduce the trailer bonce experienced over expansion joints, etc.

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