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|Mor-Ryde on a 1993 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 37J on a P30 chassis||Sam||11-21-15|
|I have a 1993 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 37J on a P30 chassis with the tag axle. I just replaced the front and rear shocks with Koni FSD 8805-1006 front and 8805-1007 rear. When I was replacing the rear shocks I noticed that the tag axle had shocks as well. I see where people are saying this is the Mor-Ryde system. Did they make the tag axle with a different system other than the Mor-Ryde? I am not sure if mine is the Mor-Ryde or not. I can't see the air bags anywhere. All I see is the 4 shocks and the coil springs. Are the air bags hidden out of sight? Is this a Mor-Ryde system that does not have the air bags but instead has the 4 shocks and coil springs? Do I even have the Mor-Ryde suspension? initially I replaced the shocks with Monroe Gas Magnum shocks. It made a difference but I was not happy so I went with the Koni's which made a HUGE difference over the Monroe shocks but I am still feeling a jarring when I hit potholes in the rear so I am thinking I either need new springs or the air bags that I can not find. Can anybody help me with this.|
|Re: Mor-Ryde on a 1993 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 37J on a P30 chassis||Larry Roberson||1-31-16|
|Hello my RV friend. As luck would have it, I have a 1995 Pace Arrow, 37 feet long, with the tag axle. My RV came from the factory without rear air bags. I added them. It made the ride better too.|
I'm now are in the process of replacing one of the broken rubber, axle supports which is part of the mor-Ryde suspension system. If you have any problem and need a little advise you can email me at above email address.
Regards, Larry in Tn.