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Old 02-12-2018, 10:47 PM   #1
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Lippert Equaflex vs. Moryde CRE3000

I'm looking to replace the equalizers on a 2015 Sunset Trail Reserve ST26RB. Had been looking at the Moryde CRE3000 units, but the rep said they won't work on the Secure Stance designs; wheelbase is too wide, and he said Moryde doesn't make anything for that wheelbase design.

Tonight I found that Lippert makes the Equa Flex model for the wide stance axles. Has anyone used their product?

I also plan on replacing all the shackles with the Moryde HD kit and go to wet bolts vs. non-grease bushings. I'm also planning to add the Moryde X-factor hanger cross-bracing; my hanger installation has always appeared to be a weak point on my suspension.

Appreciate feedback.
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Old 02-13-2018, 09:44 AM   #2
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Any time you can get wet bolts and brass bushings installed I think is a good thing for longevity. I did this and the CRE3000. Can’t speak to the capatability with the security stance.
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