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Old 11-14-2015, 11:01 PM   #11
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MorRyde is superior to others in my opinion. We have had a few on previous fifth wheels, and combined with a good suspension, they are a dream to tow with. As in leaving breakables on the dining table there only to find them still there when arriving at campground, unbroken in the same spot.
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Old 11-15-2015, 04:54 PM   #12
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Go with the MorRyde you and your rig will be glad you did.
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Old 11-15-2015, 05:55 PM   #13
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Thanks for the input everyone. We'll include that on our order. I see that Mor Ryde make a special capture plate for our Pull rite. Should make things easy!

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Old 11-23-2015, 01:00 AM   #14
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I have had three 5ers two without MorRyde hitch pins and one with. All the RV's were close to the same weight. The MorRyde was most noticeable in stop and go traffic and some rough roads. I had the Pullrite hitch in one truck and it alone was smoother than the standard hitch. The adapter plate on the Pullrite has a closer pin tolerance which I believe takes up some of the pin slop. I would not buy another 5er without the MorRyde hitch.
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Old 12-08-2015, 10:28 PM   #15
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I'm glad to hear that the members using a Morryde Pin Box and the Pull Rite SuperGlide are happy with the combination. This is my plan. But after measuring the pin box length and it being over 24" I'm worried about the clearance between the pin box and the sides of the truck box. Someone else was saying they had a clearance issue with the tailgate. I'm not following that issue with the SuperGlide because it doesn't move back until you are turning.

It would be great if those that have this setup would comment on the clearance.
TV is a 2015 2500HD Crew w/ STD 6.5' box.
2016 Eagle 323LKTS w/ MORryde Pin Box.
Wanting to use the Pull rite SuperGlide hitch.

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I'm glad to hear that the members using a Morryde Pin Box and the Pull Rite SuperGlide are happy with the combination. This is my plan. But after measuring the pin box length and it being over 24" I'm worried about the clearance between the pin box and the sides of the truck box. Someone else was saying they had a clearance issue with the tailgate. I'm not following that issue with the SuperGlide because it doesn't move back until you are turning.

It would be great if those that have this setup would comment on the clearance.
TV is a 2015 2500HD Crew w/ STD 6.5' box.
2016 Eagle 323LKTS w/ MORryde Pin Box.
Wanting to use the Pull rite SuperGlide hitch.

Thanks
I got the same truck, you won't have a problem, I got the ISR Series Custom Mounting Kit P/N 2724 which is a solid mount.
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