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Old 02-23-2016, 10:34 AM   #21
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I much prefer my old 5th Airbourne pin than the MorRyde that's on my NorthPoint now. I should have swapped during the trade.
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Old 02-23-2016, 10:52 AM   #22
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We have the Mor-Ryde pin box and I think it works very well. Are the M-R box and Revolution compatible?
I'm not sure if we understand your question.

You can't have a Mor-Ryde pin box and a Revolution as they are both pin boxes.

The Mor-Ryde will help the ride and reduce the bucking and chucking. The Revolution moves the piviot point back for short box trucks instead of using a slider.
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Old 02-23-2016, 12:49 PM   #23
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Thanks to all. If I'm understanding correct. I have to change both the in bed hitch and the pin on the RV to achieve a smother ride? Not just the hitch in the bed? I was hoping I could just make a change to the in bed hitch and leave the RV as is.

I will have to do some homework.
You can get cushioned hitches instead of changing the whole king pin. The issue is usually in the cost of going to one, but it can be bought. Here is one example.

TS3 Air-Ride Hitch - Trailer Saver

But in order to keep your sidewinder type pin you will need to go with an Elite Airborne Sidewinder, and they are north of $1500.00.
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I'm not sure if we understand your question.

You can't have a Mor-Ryde pin box and a Revolution as they are both pin boxes.

The Mor-Ryde will help the ride and reduce the bucking and chucking. The Revolution moves the piviot point back for short box trucks instead of using a slider.
That was kinda what I thought but the thread drifted to several recommendations for the M-R box and in Shorty's original post he mentioned having the Revolution.
I'm easy to confuse.
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Old 02-23-2016, 06:01 PM   #25
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I may have missed something along the way, but if he has a cheap fifth wheel hitch, it's it possible that it doesn't have a pivot allowing tilting side to side which causes the rough ride? I know about chucking and such, but that seems to be more concrete roads and he mentioned asphalt, which makes me think it may be locked side to side that is causing the issue.

Just a different thought...
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I much prefer my old 5th Airbourne pin than the MorRyde that's on my NorthPoint now. I should have swapped during the trade.
klassic,

That is what I will be doing -- already made arrangements with the dealer to do the swap for me; my current 5th Airborne goes on my new 377 and the MORryde that comes on the 377 goes on my trade-in. They will be charging me 2 hours labor which I think is fair and I will be there when they do it so I can make certain that the proper measurements are taken and it is mounted correctly.
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After reading all the input on this thread, I emailed Jayco. The following is their answer.

"Sorry but with the OEM Revolution pin box we do not have a method to reduce "chucking"."

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After reading all the input on this thread, I emailed Jayco. The following is their answer.

"Sorry but with the OEM Revolution pin box we do not have a method to reduce "chucking"."

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After reading all the input on this thread, I emailed Jayco. The following is their answer.

"Sorry but with the OEM Revolution pin box we do not have a method to reduce "chucking"."

Shorty
Pretty much why I went with the Mor-Ryde Pin Box and a Pullrite SuperGlide hitch. I would have liked the Revolution but I can't stand the bucking and chucking. I would get sick.
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I have to apologize, I had a senior moment, the response I received was not from Jayco, but from Reese Towing Tech Support.
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