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Old 05-25-2015, 09:51 AM   #1
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Rt 64 from Richmond to I 81

Hi folks,
Headlong north in a few weeks and would like to take rt64 from Richmond to I 81. We have a 37' 5ver and are a little concerned about the hills to the western end. What say y'all?
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That stretch of I-64 is not very hilly. Safe travels!
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Travel that section all the time with 35 ft gasser with no problem. Only one grade of and significance and that is on the western end and is no problem.
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Thanks for the input!
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Also travel 64 to 81 often and only one long grade that goes over Afton Mtn and it is very doable. I worry more about the occasional fog on the mtn. I drive 36 ft A Gasser and tow Chevy HHR. I stay in right lane @ 52-57 mph and pass semi's. Speed limit is 65 there if I remember correctly. It is very near Waynesboro VA.
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