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Old 10-04-2015, 11:48 AM   #1
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New Mexico Highway 37

Has anybody driven highway 37 from Carrizozo, NM to Ruidoso, NM ? Will be in a 40' Class A towing a jeep Wrangler. Saves a lot of miles but looks pretty curvey in the mountains. Thanks in advance for any information.
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I have driven that road several times in my car. It is a good road and I wouldn't hesitate to take my RV and toad over it.
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Just drove it this past weekend, although in my pickup. Absolutely no issues for MH, assuming you have ever driven in mountains before.
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Just did that in reverse last month w 42 ft mh and toad. Nice road, no problem. Enjoy the ride.
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