Originally Posted by propchef
I haven't seen a TT yet that has a suspension designed within the last 50 years. Even the aftermarket kits are a band-aid on what is a poor and barely adequate design. This is why we have endless discussions around towing, WDHs, and tires. They're all trying to make up for the poor suspension on the TT.
Off Road / Off Grid Performance
Custom Built Off Road Chassis (USA Sourced Steel)
Integrated A-Frame Construction (Ground Clearance)
HD X-Tall 24″ Power Tongue Jack w/ LED Light
Off Road X4 Suspension Package
HD KYB World Class Gas Shocks
MorRyde CRE 3000 (3″ Addtl Vertical Travel)
MorRyde Shackle Kit (Bronze Bushings & Greaseable Fittings
GoodYear E Range 10 Ply Radial Tires
HD Axles w/ Off Road Brake System
Off-Grid Solar Ready Roof Port for up to 510 Watts
Door Side Portable Solar Panel Port for up to 200 Watts
Battery Disconnect w/ Interior Protected Switch
78+ Gallon Fresh Water Capacity
Progressive Dynamics 4 Stage Converter w/ Built In Charge Wizard
Biggest issue with ORV is that they have a very limited dealership west of the Rockies. They're a small time company and if they did have dealerships across the US like the Elkhart gang they probably could never keep up with demand.
Once customers see the difference 1st hand ORV would be swamped with orders.
Is an ORV as good suspension wise as say an Aussie built TT? Heck no but they are a big step above all other TT's. I read lots of brand forums and one of the bigger issues is frames and suspension. You almost never read about ORV frame or suspension issues.