Has anyone looked at or done a MorRyde CRE 300 suspension upgrade on a Sonic dual axle trailer?
Researching the probability of upgrading the tires with 15" E rated tires and rims, wet bolts, MorRyde CRE300, adding a shock kit, and maybe upgrading the leaf springs to a higher rating. Also, depending on cost, upgrading to a Dexter 3500 axle with larger brakes; even though, more braking capacity isn't really needed. But disk brakes would be a nice "pie in the sky" option with no costs boundaries lol
Part of the issue is finding good data on Lippert axles and cross referencing to what I have. Dexter axles have plenty of good reference material and is very easy to engineer a suspension system.
The frame is another issue of contention that must be considered and very limited info on BAL huck bolt frames as well.
It would be nice to share info with someone who has done this or is considering it
I have been considering the MorRyde upgrade to my 19 Sonic 220vbh but have been doing other upgrades before I tackle this one. I finished installing 7500lb stabilizer jacks, Jack it bike rack, Nest thermostat, Coleman Mac bluetooth ac controller, LCI slim shade, back up lighting, reverse camera, and a few other odds and ends. I figure this will be my 2021 project so I can take a break over the holidays and research this further. As i find out more information I will post back.
I just wanted to follow up about this. I finished the install of the MorRyde Cre300-33 with a full wetbolt kit this past weekend. I noticed a difference in the short tow back to the storage unit after i completed the work. So far it seems to have been a worth while upgrade but the true test will be in a few weeks when we go on a trip a few hours away.