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Old 03-08-2007, 12:52 PM   #1
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I have been thinking about installing the more/ryde suspension system on the front end of my coach. The F53 chassis is the roughest riding vehicle I have ever owned. I hope this system works as I really want to to enjon traveling in the coach.

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I have been thinking about installing the more/ryde suspension system on the front end of my coach. The F53 chassis is the roughest riding vehicle I have ever owned. I hope this system works as I really want to to enjon traveling in the coach.

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Mor/ryde is a quality system that doesn't break the bank; in my opinion. I suspect it works as well on MH's as it does on my 5er. There are two different systems, a standard version and a deluxe(my terminology). I often don't even feel the 5er behind the truck until encountering a hill. Items inside the 5er stay in place too.
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I had Mor/Ryde on the front of my 2000 F-53 coach. It made a big difference and smoothed the ride nicely. I found the stock M/R kit (8000#) wasn't heavy enough and bottomed out. I upgraded to a 12,000# kit and it rode way better. Make sure you get the Davis TruTrac bar...it is a must.

I love the Mor/Ryde enough that I want to get it for the rear of my E-350.

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