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Old 10-01-2023, 09:27 AM   #1
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Independent Suspension

I have a 2023 4113, and if you have ever been to Thousand Trails in Bridgeport, TX then you have had the pleasure of taking your unit off-road.

I am on the fence about doing independent suspension because my mechanic that I trust says the 4113 has very good axles and leaf springs. I will do disk brakes too.

For those that have traveled a lot what are your thoughts?
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Old 11-18-2023, 10:15 AM   #2
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We are shopping for our next toy hauler. Alliance, Jayco, or Grand Design. We did factory tours to all three last week plus we toured MORryde.

Although I have no first hand experience, everyone we've talked to says get the I/S and disc brakes. We also want full-body paint and if it comes down to having to choose between the paint or the I/S, we're getting the I/S.

The Seismics still use the CRE-3000. Although a great suspension set-up, I don't think it can compare to the I/S.
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Old 11-18-2023, 11:38 AM   #3
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I have a 5000 lbs TT, with torsion suspension which is an independent suspension. I would love my next camper to have torsion suspension. Rides nice, handles nice, I have never had any suspension issues. All leaf spring suspensions I have had, all have had some type of suspension issues. I will admit, I would not change out suspensions unless I had a major issue.

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Old 11-19-2023, 07:55 PM   #4
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We had a 43 ft, GVWR 16,500 lbs Fifth Wheel that almost tore itself up driving west on I10 and some other roads. We got the MORryde IS and disc brake mod and what a big difference on ride and braking. Was very satisfied with it… nothing moved really in the Fiver after that mod…. before, we would find
drawers, items, strewn on the floor after a days travel. We were full-time so did
a lot of traveling with it.
The Mod did add about 3” to the height of the Fver, but MORryde will measure your rig and engineer will assess, then advise you of any issues with height if there may be any after the mod.

MORRyde treated us like royalty, with lunch and factory tour, etc. They let you stay in your rig at night if you need or want to also.

Good experience all around for us.
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4113, independent suspensio, seismic luxary

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