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Old 11-15-2018, 07:24 AM   #15
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Just came from Flagstaff through Jerome to Prescott in a 30' class c. Wouldn't do that drive again. 50' is too lenient, 30 is too big from my experience. As stated above, the width is a major factor.

Did you take 89A through Sedona and Cottonwood, or 89 from Williams/Ash Fork to Prescotta and Jerome?
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Towed a jeep behing 33 ft Class A down that road, great ride for the passenger but you as the driver will not see any of the scenery. You will be very busy driving !!! Take it slowly. Don't drive the coach up to Jerome, very narrow and winding road. There is NO place to park a large rig up there.
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