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 Post subject: Re: Mor Ryde need repair
PostPosted: November 22nd, 2017, 10:44 am 
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Location: Southern CA
My wife and friends call that stubborn. :oops:

I drove about a thousand miles on the new asymmetrical springs (#10 on right, #02 on the left), and it is a improvement over the trip we took last time when I did not realize that the Morryde was broke. Much less shaking, and smoother ride. But I don't know if this is because the road in Arizona is in better shape than ours. Things inside the coach also seems to rattle much less.

It is probably not worth my time to spend all that time on this for the repair, but I will definitely get new spring for it and replace it with Morryde next time. My mechanic want me to look into other options but I think it is acceptable for me. The good thing is that when I have to do it again, it will be much easier. Definitely will try to get a helper if I want to make it quicker job.

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