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rv-pro.com September 2015 • RV PRo • 87 pins, just snap it into place. It's easier and better to set up. We don't want to stop just because we've created a good thing. We want to continue to make it better." In broadening its product reach, MOR- ryde took a page from its playbook decades earlier, when it revamped and expanded in order to survive. During the 1970s, the supplier stepped outside of the RV industry for the first time and into the school bus market by developing a sus- pension system for buses, which provided a much smoother ride for its passengers. That success created the opportunity to move into even more markets. "We've been manufacturing suspension systems (for RVs) since the mid-'60s. Now, we manufacture chassis and suspension sys- tems for trailers, transit and paratransit vehicles," Enfield says. "From suspension systems, we began diversifying into other Flatbed laser operator James Glynn checks on the equipment before starting a job. National Distributor of building, electrical, and plumbing products We take pride in giving excellent Customer Service www.davecarter.com (574) 642-0627

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