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Old 11-24-2015, 04:02 PM   #1
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Drive through a tree?

Is there anywhere were there is a "drive though" tree large enough for a Class C to pass through? This would be a bucket list thing for my wife.
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These may not be wide enough for a class C.




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How about a rock ?

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Is there anywhere were there is a "drive though" tree large enough for a Class C to pass through? This would be a bucket list thing for my wife.
Not sure about anything much bigger than a car/Motorcycle, ........my Ultra Classic went through it nicely
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I'm not finding anything, but thanks for the suggestions. I did check them all out. Looks like a rock will have to do.
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