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    MORryde SRE-4000 Equalizer

    Exploring the idea of putting the SRE 4000 system on our Landmark. For those who have put this system on their rig, what do you think? Is it worth the money? Does it help with the ride of the rig liked claimed? Would you do it again? Any cons to it?

    For those who installed the system themselves, how hard is it to do? Can 1 person do it themselves? Going to add the greasable wet bolts if we do it.
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    Re: Sre 4000

    The 4000 is only rated for 7000lbs axles
    The Landmark has 8000lbs axles.
    The 3000 is for 8000lbs but I don't see any benefit over the current Dexter equalizers.

    So I wouldn't recommend it.
    Just my opinion

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    Re: Sre 4000

    Quote Originally Posted by jesstalkn View Post
    The 4000 is only rated for 7000lbs axles
    The Landmark has 8000lbs axles.
    The 3000 is for 8000lbs but I don't see any benefit over the current Dexter equalizers.

    So I wouldn't recommend it.
    Just my opinion

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    Re: Sre 4000

    Quote Originally Posted by travlingman View Post
    I have a 2014 that has 7000 lb axles.
    Oh good to know...
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    Re: Sre 4000

    Quote Originally Posted by jesstalkn View Post
    Oh good to know...
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    Re: MORryde SRE-4000 Equalizer

    There were several threads on here not all that long ago, where that MORryde system was failing and falling apart on some big horns, with very few miles.
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    Re: MORryde SRE-4000 Equalizer

    We had MorRyde install the SRE4000 in Elkhart after the National Rally in 2017. We also upgraded our shocks. The shocks and the SRE4000 did not play nice, and discovered the new shocks were leaking on the trip back home to Texas. We replaced all the shocks with standard OEM once home, and over the next year, again, all shocks either failed, the rubber bushings failed, or the shocks lost the retainer nuts. Each time I contacted MorRyde they would suggest the shocks might need to be removed, but why they didn't recommend that when we had the SRE4000 installed, I don't know.

    We have noticed the rubber inside the SRE4000 is starting to show wear. I plan to have MorRyde look at it when we are in Goshen this summer. Overall, I personally don't see significant improvement with the SRE4000, but maybe some. Our rig is 43' long with a good bit of length past the axles. We still take many precautionary measures to make sure stuff doesn't bounce around inside. I know it does still bounce, because we often find the screws from the ceiling fan blades on the floor upon arrival.
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    Re: MORryde SRE-4000 Equalizer

    I have been looking at all the systems over the past year from Lippert, Morryde, and Roadmaster. I have finally landed on the Comfort Ride system as what I consider the best bang for the buck. Here are some links if interested:

    http://www.roadmasterinc.com/product...fort_ride.html

    https://www.etrailer.com/p-RM-2470-2580.html

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    Re: MORryde SRE-4000 Equalizer

    Another follow up on our MorRyde SRE4000, installed in 2017. While at the National Rally in Goshen, we showed a picture of our suspension to Gary Wheeler. He immediately confirmed they were defective, and brought us two new SRE4000 equalizers. The rubber is pulling away from the metal, "devulcanizing" according to them.

    They were booked for service so we could not get them installed, we will have to replace them ourselves.

    If you have this system and your components look like this, contact MorRyde to see about replacements.

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    Re: Sre 4000

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerrod Jess View Post
    The 4000 is only rated for 7000lbs axles
    The Landmark has 8000lbs axles.
    The 3000 is for 8000lbs but I don't see any benefit over the current Dexter equalizers.

    So I wouldn't recommend it.
    Just my opinion

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    I agree here completely except I thought they were rated at 6K
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