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Old 08-19-2015, 10:10 PM   #1
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Mor-Ryde Suspension & Tire Changes

Hoping for some input on those with the mor-ryde suspension on what tools they keep around for a tire change. We're looking at the Trailer Aid or the Andersen Rapid Jack, as they seem the simplest solution, but concerned that the mor-ryde suspension has too much play for either of those to be effective.
Any input?

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Old 08-20-2015, 07:00 AM   #2
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I carry a stack of 2x8 treated boards for leveling and changing tires
Pull the rig onto the good tire and lift it about 6 inches with 3 stacked boards in a ramp style. Then I use a 6 ton bottle Jack under the spring hanger to lift the bad tire after breaking the lug nuts. Easily lift w/ Jack till the tire spins, change and reverse procedure.
I have used this method many times when I did not want to wait for road service.
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