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Old 11-25-2017, 05:47 PM   #1
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Getting ready to upgrade my 2014 v 3005 tandem Axel voltage with wet bolts wondering what others have used and installation


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I went with the MoreRyde kit. Have to measure existing shackles to see which kit you need. I had the dealer install, as they were pulling wheels to do bearings.
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Mine are 2 and 2/4 inches and I️ have equaflex system. I️ will do my own


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Old 11-26-2017, 01:37 AM   #4
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Change mine out last month. Ordered set of heavy duty shackles and wet bolts with brass bushings. Ordered from PPLmotorhomes.com Think they are in Houston Tx. Glad I checked bolts. The plastic bushings were gone and the bolts were wearing flat in one place. Only 3 years old.
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The job is pretty easy - used a Harbor Freight ball joint press and one of the old bolts with the ribs ground smooth to press the new bronze bushings in place. See post #808 here: Show off your Mods
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Appreciate feedback from will Check post


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The job is pretty easy - used a Harbor Freight ball joint press and one of the old bolts with the ribs ground smooth to press the new bronze bushings in place. See post #808 here: Show off your Mods
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I used the Morryde kit, and I just used a C-clamp to press the new bushings in.
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I used the Morryde kit, and I just used a C-clamp to press the new bushings in.


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