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Old 09-02-2013, 01:00 PM   #1
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Not A Truck Route?

I'll be heading down the coast of Washington and Oregon. I noticed the section of 101 from Tillamook to Lincoln City is not designated as a truck route on the Rand-McNally truckers map.

Can anyone tell me if there's a reason not to take this route in a class A motorhome?
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I did this with my 42' plus crew cab toad. No problems at all.

While in tillamook, be sure to see the air museum, it was truly awesome.
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Several MoHos take this route daily and it is not a problem, a little slow, but not a problem. I drove the route the past two years and will do so again in a couple of days.

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Thanks for the responses. Will check out the air museum and get some cheese in Tillamook!
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In Tillamook now, haven't seen a problem with the roads. Drive careful and slow down for the curves. Get this, the cheese is cheaper at Costco, saved almost $4 per 2 pound block.
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BTW, there is ample parking available at the cheese factory for MoHos.

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