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How to Tell If MORryde Rubber Equalizers Will Fit Trailer  


MorRyde Suspension Equalizers My Travel Trailer is a Twilight 2800 which is made for RVOne by Cruiser Rv. Im not sure on the size I need and would like to upgrade my stock one before going long trips. Is there any information you could share so I will know which one or if any will fit? Im not stuck on Mor Ryde Im just looking and price and reviews together. If another brand is a better choice let me know.


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I would love to help you upgrade the suspension on your Twilight 2800 travel trailer. The MORryde Rubber Equalizers for Tandem Axle Trailers # MR87ZR that you referenced are a great solution but we do need to double check a few things. First is that this kit is for up to 8K axles with a 33" wheelbase, and then the eyelets measure 6-1/2" apart on center and 3-1/8" down from the hanger (see attached). If this matches what you have then you can use this kit. If this doesn't match what you have just let me know what your specs are and I can help you find a suitable replacement.

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Dimensiosns for MORryde Rubber Equalizers for Tandem Axle Trailers
Dimensiosns for MORryde Rubber Equalizers for Tandem Axle Trailers
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Jimmy M.


I've been trying to go direct with Morryde and Lippert but I'm not getting anywhere. I'm not blaming them or you its likely my lack of knowledge. The trailer isn't at my house so I'm going to it for measurements. As stated before 58" from the two ends of the leaf springs. The stock equalizers holes side to side are 5 5/8" apart. The springs are mounted under the axle. My trailer again is a Twilight 2800 which is the same as a Shadow Cruiser 277bhs. If you could contact Cruiser to get this information that would be great, I'm sure you probably have a contact there. I've called and get passed around but no answers come out of it. Going off your "Good, Better, Best or however its worded I prefer Morryde for price and Lippert for quality. If they both will fit I'll have to see a price difference to decide. I just want something that fits even if it's the Dexter though I've watched a few video failures on them. Sorry to be a pain I'm leaning to be a DIY RV owner.

Les D.


We still want to verify the information from your first question. Are your axles rated for 8000 pounds or less? Do you have a 33 inch wheelbase, measured from the center of one wheel to the center of the next? If not what is that measurement? What is the measurement between the two center eyelets? Is it 6-1/2 inches? Do those eyelets hang down 3-1/8 inch?

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