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Old 05-09-2013, 05:08 PM   #1
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smoker - wanting to travel from Lolo, Montana to Kooskia, Idaho on US 12

wanting to travel from Lolo, Montana to Kooskia, Idaho on US 12 is this do able in a 38 ft. dp, and a toad, not sure but think that it has some tunnels. Any info. will be helpful. thanks

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Will not be a problem if you could have seen the loads that have taken that road
your set up is small compaired to them.

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The road from the top of the pass to the bottom on the Idaho side is a long way down with about a gazillion curves. Just hold your speed down and you will be fine.
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We traveled that way a few years ago and it was a fine road and no problem at all for a big rig.
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