I very happy to say my project is alive. It runs well. 1986 Holiday Rambler Presidential
. I'll post a picture when I figure out how.

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Nice looking rig, hope your time with it is enjoyable.

Love them words,,, On the Raod... Hope you have many happy trails and memories.
Nice rig. Check the pan hard rod adjustment. Sometimes the MFG would set this and then build the coach. This would cause the adjustment to be off and the mor ryde would want to twist out of the bushings. Its a nice system when adjusted right. Rubber springs are good for an 3/4" or better cracks.

Thanks guys. I am looking forward to getting in there now and going over the rest of the unit. Like the propane and electrical system. Making sure the fridge works. I know the generator may need some work. But I have a great platform to work from I think. There is no leak issues and the interior may need some light cleaning but it is in great shape. 

I am not really familiar with the issue that you are referring to  David. I know about exactly nothing about these or really any other RV system. Is this an issue that I can find out about online ? Thanks for any help. 

You can see if it has big rubber bushings between the rear axles. If so, google mor-ryde and familiarize yourself with the suspension. Look for bushings twisting out. Look for the rear "tag axle" shifted over one direction. You can just measure between a frame member and tire and compare sides.

Thanks David. I will check that out. :) 




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