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Old 11-14-2015, 08:23 AM   #1
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Mor Ryde Rubber Pin Box?

We are in process of replacing our tired 2006 fifth wheel. Looking at an HT 29.5 BHDS.

I see the option for a Mor Ryde rubber pin box. I've watched a video on it that tells me how great it is, but I was curious about real world experiences. Any one have one? Would you get it again? Does it work as advertised?

We'll probably use our Pull rite super glide hitch with it and it looks like they make a special capture plate for it. Especially curious how it acts with a sliding hitch if anyone else has that setup.

Thanks for any feedback!
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The Mor-Ryde was standard on our Eagle Premier and I certainly felt the difference.
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Old 11-14-2015, 09:39 AM   #3
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I have a Mor-Ryde but have never towed with anything else to have a comparison. A friend bought a Pinnacle a couple of years ago that had the standard pin box. After conversations with others and a year towing he replaced the pin box with a Mor-Ryde. Now he had towed with the Mor-Ryde for a season and is very pleased with the change.
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Old 11-14-2015, 11:36 AM   #4
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Had my first unit without and the chucking was horrible. I then installed the Mor-Ryde and what a difference. Second unit ordered from the factory with the option and would not do otherwise.
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Old 11-14-2015, 11:40 AM   #5
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I've had both, and I believe the Mor Ryde is far superior to the alternative.

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I have had 2 with and one w/o. I prefer it
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Old 11-14-2015, 12:20 PM   #7
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On both of my last 2 SOB's, I had the TrailAir pin boxes. Those worked fantastic! The last unit had the TrailAir tri-glide and that made the 14000 pound unit ride nice!! Now, have the Mor Ryde. I was skeptical at first but, decided to give it a try. What little towing I have done so far, I have been pretty surprised. However, once we start heading to FL in the spring, we won't hesitate to go back to the TrailAir in a heart beat if we don't like the ride we are getting. Time will tell.
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Old 11-14-2015, 05:01 PM   #8
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I pull a 2011 Pinnacle 36 REQS with a Mor Ryde pin box, I first pulled with a Reese 16K SuperGlide, pulled ok, just recently purchased a new 2015 Ford Super Duty and installed the PullRite Superglide, with the required capture plate, pulls great. I also had a Mor Ryde on a 2007 Montana 3400 RL/
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We have a MorRyde pin box and Pullrite Superglide hitch and they work well together. One reason we got the MorRyde is because of the Pullrite capture plate that fits it. Be aware that there are nylon blocks that come with the Pullrite capture plate that restrict the side to side movement of the MorRyde (so that the Pullrite Superglide hitch will work properly) but not the fore and aft movement.
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I've had both, and I believe the Mor Ryde is far superior to the alternative.

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