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  • #16
    Originally posted by Midwest Expectations View Post
    Bert Newman I apologize for the delay, just now seeing your comment. As I originally stated, I went with the Lippert Road Armor, but used the 3-1/8" MORryde heavy duty shackles (because they looked more robust).

    As a general update, I’m very satisfied with the improvements and had a buddy (who does not own a GD coach), add them to his rig as well. When he took it to that big chain tire store—you know, the one that claim to offer big discounts (not to name names), they tried to use the road armor as a lifting point. Not so surprisingly, the equalizers do not make a good lifting point.
    Would the 2.5” morryde shackles fit on a 35.5” axel spread? Or do you need the 3.125 shackles to fit the road armor?
    2020 Imagine 2600RB.
    Our second trailer, after we learned what we needed!

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    • #17
      Not to hijack the thread but what is the difference between the yellow and blue Road Armors? Seriously looking at upgrading my 2610ML

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      • #18
        Originally posted by rkmccoy View Post
        Not to hijack the thread but what is the difference between the yellow and blue Road Armors? Seriously looking at upgrading my 2610ML
        My understanding used to be that the blue was used when it came from the trailer manufacturer with it installed. The yellow indicated an aftermarket installation

        I purchased the LCI from etrailer around May and when the pair came they were blue. So I think at this point they are shipping whatever color they can to fill orders.

        So I believe there is no difference other than color.
        Mike & Lisa
        Central Florida
        2021 Imagine 2970RL
        1996 Chevy K3500 Crew SRW 7.4L Gas

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        • #19
          Thanks Mike, now I know!

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          • #20
            Originally posted by ClayE View Post

            Would the 2.5” morryde shackles fit on a 35.5” axel spread? Or do you need the 3.125 shackles to fit the road armor?
            I called lippert and asked. For 2600 RB They say I need the 3.125 shackles for the road armor.
            2020 Imagine 2600RB.
            Our second trailer, after we learned what we needed!

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            • #21
              Hi i'm an owner of 2600rb since 2018.

              Friday we tried to leave for the week end but our suspension say NO!

              One of the leaf spring broke.

              I replace them by north america leaf spring. More expensive but stronger.

              After this, we decide to upgrade our suspension. But i don't know with what? (Morryde CRE3000 vs Dexter Ez flex vs lippert Road armor.

              Thank's to give your suggestions

              G

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              • #22
                Road armor. Very happy with my decision. Have been seeing some failures of the CRE3000 lately. Dexter Ez flex as well.
                Grand Design Imagine 2450RL 2020 born 7/2019
                TV - 2007 Toyota Tundra 5.7 4X4 Limited w/Towing PKG under 30K miles, hanger queen until now

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