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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesstruckn/Jesstalkn View Post
    Yes this will definitely be my dream Truck. Although It will be tough to take a $95,000 truck and rip all of the factory suspension out to install the Kelderman air suspension. But I know with my past experiences like the MORryde IS suspension it will be well worth it in the end. I was a bit more concerned about spending that kind of money on the suspension, until I drove that truck the other day.... And it was only on the rear.
    Now I am so excited and anxious. It's going to be a long wait that is going to drive me crazy. I WANT IT NOW !!!
    I'm already buying accessories for it and I haven't even got to order it yet. 1 more week !!!!

    There was 2 reasons l went with the F350 over the F450 in 2017, tire TPMS and the ride. The new 2020 F450 truck will have it all and then some.

    I wonder how the air ride truck will work with the Trailair pinbox , Will they grove together or fight each other ? That is my next concern.

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    My previous truck had air leveling and I had the morryde pin box. The systems will work interdependently of one another. I just purchased an F450 for my rig and love it so far. I no longer have the air level which I miss but maybe in the future I can get the Kelderman suspension. Just keep in mind that all they are taking off your tuck are the Springs and shackle components. I Am not as concerned about the TPMS from the factory. I had my TPMS system go bad in the last truck from the factory and they couldn't ever figure out what was wrong by the time I was able to get the truck into the dealer it had fixed itself only to go out on the next trip.



    2019 F450 6.7L Power Stroke 4x4, 450HP 935lb-ft Torque 4.30 gears

    2015 3650BH Gateway
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    MorRyde Rubber Pin Box
    Sold: 2014 Dodge Ram 2500 6.7l
    Sold: 2015 RAM 3500 4x4 DRW, 6.7 l /AISIN Trans (865 lb-ft) 4.10 gears / Auto Level

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    2019 F450 6.7L Power Stroke 4x4, 450HP 935lb-ft Torque 4.30 gears

    2015 3650BH Gateway
    S637 Sailun Tires
    MorRyde Rubber Pin Box
    Sold: 2014 Dodge Ram 2500 6.7l
    Sold: 2015 RAM 3500 4x4 DRW, 6.7 l /AISIN Trans (865 lb-ft) 4.10 gears / Auto Level

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    Re: Project LM 365

    Quote Originally Posted by Bones View Post
    Nice looking truck. They are like luxury cars that can pull a house !!

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    2008 GMC Sierra 3500 Duramax (retired)
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    Re: Project LM 365

    Thanks



    2019 F450 6.7L Power Stroke 4x4, 450HP 935lb-ft Torque 4.30 gears

    2015 3650BH Gateway
    S637 Sailun Tires
    MorRyde Rubber Pin Box
    Sold: 2014 Dodge Ram 2500 6.7l
    Sold: 2015 RAM 3500 4x4 DRW, 6.7 l /AISIN Trans (865 lb-ft) 4.10 gears / Auto Level

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbeletti View Post
    Nice install Jerrod! I see you used a DC to DC Power Supply. What voltage did the indoor component require? My last one was 12 VDC.

    Wishing you the best with their gear. I know they've done a number of upgrades to it since I used it last, but I found it cumbersome to operate and didn't always work. But when it did work, it was really nice.

    I too am in search of a more robust Internet solution for the Sundance. I've used so many things over the year. Still thinking...
    The indoor only needs the 12 volt supply. But if you use both it won't work consistently without the 12/24 DC/DC converter, or a 24 volt battery. That was one of the issues I had with mine, constantly cutting out. wfr did not supply the converter at the time and their suggestion was basically I could buy one if I wanted it to work.

    As Jim said, good luck with the equipment. It can be very frustrating at times. And that flexible antenna - my idea, my request to wfr.

    I recently put the indoor router in the new rig and about two months ago one of the wfr techs got on line, replaced the firmware again and made some adjustments and it actually seems like it might be working as designed now. Not bad after 3+years of frustration.
    Encouraged enough that I made up a portable mount for the rooftop Elite and will give it another shot. Not ready to drill holes this time, especially for a barely working $700 brick.

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    FYI on these camlocks.

    Lyle got me hooked on them - use them everywhere now. I have found the Tractor Supply seldom has more then 2 pieces in stock, so I always look when in the store.

    The green camlocks are 3/4" standard hose connections.
    The black camlocks are 3/4" FNPT.


    Quote Originally Posted by travelin2 View Post
    You need cam lock quick couplers like this. I have them on all my connections. Bought them at Tractor Supply but I think they’re available online




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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesstruckn/Jesstalkn View Post
    Project LM 365 trip /mileage update.
    We keep a log of all of out trips sense day 1 with the Ashland. 5/1/2015 to 8/4/2019

    Can't wait to see how the new 2020 Ford F450 will ride with the Kelderman air ride suspension under it.

    Waiting for the order guides to come out........ Looks like for our area the orders can go in soon and we are looking at late November December before we start seeing the trucks. Still waiting for the final numbers and enhancements from Ford.

    I also priced out and planning on front and rear Kelderman with the standard auto leveling (and a Utility Bodywerks bed).

    I don't see the value in the 3K extra cost for the all electronic upgrades

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesstruckn/Jesstalkn View Post
    until I drove that truck the other day.... And it was only on the rear.

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    The newer versions of the rear suspension are now using 3 gallon ping tanks on each side, and the supply lines are all 3/4".

    That has to allow for the nice ride the suspension offers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesstruckn/Jesstalkn View Post
    I wonder how the air ride truck will work with the Trailair pinbox , Will they grove together or fight each other ? That is my next concern.
    My current 2011 has air ride auto level rear suspension, not Kelderman and similar to the Ram suspension.

    Been towing with it and a trailer saver air ride hitch since April 2011.

    There are no issues with both air systems working together.
    Duane & Debbie with Regis & Baylee
    RIP camping buddies Cagney, Misty, my Molly & Gungy
    2011 F-350 DRW

    Rallies & campouts:
    2009
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    2010
    - 5
    2011
    - 6
    2012 - 7
    2013 - 8
    2014 - 9
    2015 - 8
    2016 - 8
    2017 - 9
    2018 - 8 so far

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    Re: Project LM 365

    Order guide is out. Not sure if you got it already.

    https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/a...1&d=1565788276


    I will be at Ford today at 3:30 to order the truck. I checked out the 2020 order guide and didn't see any surprises on the Limited. I see they changed the name of my Platinum white Tri coat to Star White Metallic Tri-Coat. I hope it's close to the same color. another thing I did see is grab handles above the passenger and rear seats. I HOPE THIS IS TRUE. The demo truck all over the internet doesn't have them. I sure hope they added them back in. That is the one and only thing I miss on my current trucks.
    Kelderman is all lined up to do the work as soon as Ford delivers it to them. I already have the drop ship number to give to my Ford guy today.

    As for the Mifi I hope it works. I will know soon.
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    2015 Landmark 365 Ashland (Project LM 365)
    2008 GMC Sierra 3500 Duramax (retired)
    2017 Ford Super Duty F-350 Platinum

    Link to my 2015 Landmark 365 Ashland Modifications






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    Re: Project LM 365

    Oh NO!!!!

    They removed Ruby Red!!

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    Re: Project LM 365

    Truck is ordered and I will hopefully see it by December...
    It's going to be a long wait.

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    Jerrod & Rhonda
    Zoey (Our Princess of the Palace)
    2015 Landmark 365 Ashland (Project LM 365)
    2008 GMC Sierra 3500 Duramax (retired)
    2017 Ford Super Duty F-350 Platinum

    Link to my 2015 Landmark 365 Ashland Modifications






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    Re: Project LM 365

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesstruckn/Jesstalkn View Post
    Truck is ordered and I will hopefully see it by December...
    It's going to be a long wait.

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    well you must be one of the first 💯!

    We’ve had the various named optional whites 3 times so far. I like it. The 2011 was the best looking one so far clean and in the sun.

    Thanks got the link, haven’t been on FTE for a few days and had not seen it.
    Duane & Debbie with Regis & Baylee
    RIP camping buddies Cagney, Misty, my Molly & Gungy
    2011 F-350 DRW

    Rallies & campouts:
    2009
    - 1
    2010
    - 5
    2011
    - 6
    2012 - 7
    2013 - 8
    2014 - 9
    2015 - 8
    2016 - 8
    2017 - 9
    2018 - 8 so far

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    Re: Project LM 365

    Quote Originally Posted by paulh View Post
    Here's another example of mounting the sewer tubes behind the drop frame and of also a sewer fittings storage box. Hope this helps too.
    Where did get the fitting compartment?
    2013 Bighorn 3070, all leather, twin AC's. 2011 Ford F350 dually, long bed, King Ranch, crew cab, Taylorwing 75 gal fuel tank system w/auto fill and storage box on top.

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