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Old 03-15-2012, 04:15 AM   #1
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Dutchmen TT Suspension

Hey, what do you guys make of the Dutchmen/Denali TT suspension? I was thinking about upgrading myself to a MOR/Ryde or similar suspension. I will only be towing the rig for the first time come Saturday but will have no experience using something that the other dealers considers 'better'. Has anyone compared the differences? Would it be worth upgrading? My dealer says it can be done but are not sure it would be worth it. I am thinking the less jarring the ride, the better chance the trailer will not delaminate. Any thoughts appreciated. Cheers, JC
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Old 03-15-2012, 04:32 AM   #2
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Re: Dutchmen TT Suspension

Are you going to be towing off pavement, or on unimproved roads of any kind?
If you are staying mostly on the highway, I would stay with the stock Dutchman suspension. Not so sure it would be worth the $$'s in either case though......
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Old 12-24-2012, 01:26 PM   #3
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Hey, what do you guys make of the Dutchmen/Denali TT suspension? I was thinking about upgrading myself to a MOR/Ryde or similar suspension. I will only be towing the rig for the first time come Saturday but will have no experience using something that the other dealers considers 'better'. Has anyone compared the differences? Would it be worth upgrading? My dealer says it can be done but are not sure it would be worth it. I am thinking the less jarring the ride, the better chance the trailer will not delaminate. Any thoughts appreciated. Cheers, JC
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You can't go wrong with any Mor/ryde system. We have the CRE3000 on our Jayco for 6 years now and it works great. Be sure to lube the equalizer bracket zerk fittings anually. Those that don't have "wet bolt fittings" on their OEM equalizer brackets may want to update there's.
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Old 11-21-2014, 05:46 AM   #4
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I installed wet bolts the week I brought the camper home. Just recently, after 1.5 years, I finally got around to installing four gas shocks on my 266rl. Huge improvement on our 1100 mile trip!
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