Comfort Ride Towable Travel Trailers and 5th Wheels
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Have you ever opened the door to your trailer after a road trip and looked into your own personal earthquake zone? The cabinet drawers wide open with their contents strewn over the floor? Pictures off the wall? Furniture that's ‘walked'?
Well, you're not alone.
If buying 50 bungee cords doesn't seem like much of a solution, you can get a Comfort Ride suspension and take on what's actually causing the problem - outmoded components that transfer energy, rather than absorb it.
Comfort Ride shock absorber and slipper leaf spring systems will significantly reduce the cause of these common symptoms:
Chucking - the truck is rocked forward and aft when the trailer goes over uneven pavement (dips, frost heaves and the infamous bridge expansion joints)
Axle roll-up - during braking, the trailer's rear tires are lifted enough to cause a loss in traction (and a rise in the driver's blood pressure)
Suspension rebound - when one tire goes over an obstacle, the trailer tips sideways. After the tire clears the obstacle, the leaf springs (and the trailer with them) rebound like a pogo stick.
Comfort Ride shock absorber and slipper leaf spring kits can be purchased and installed separately, but in combination, the whole is greater than the parts - the two components provide a more significant improvement in ride quality.