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Old 06-20-2015, 06:39 AM   #1
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US Highway 2

Does anyone know if there are limitations traveling highway 2, from Washington to Maine? We have a 40' fifth wheel, being pulled by our GMC Denali. We are concerned that we may not be able to travel this route because our rig is so large. Any suggestions?

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Old 06-20-2015, 06:57 AM   #2
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Highway 2

We used Hwy 2 from Cutbank Mt. to Fort Peck. Narrow but in good shape two years ago. We have a 44' MH and tow GMC Pkp. Google video.

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I've traveled the route from Duluth across the UP of Michigan in our rig pulling a jeep, no problems.
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Old 06-20-2015, 01:25 PM   #5
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We've gone from Washington to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It's a very nice trip and the road is good. Try to work in one of your stops at Fort Peck Corp of Engineer park in Montana. It's beautiful with huge grassy sites.
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53' trailers behind 30' tractors zipping up and down US 2 in Washington! I drive it often on the way to town.
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US 2 ends in St, Ignace,MI. It picks up again the other side of Lake Huron. How you get there is your choice but the shortest routes run through Canada. Must have your passport to re-enter the USA.
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We did Everett Washington to St Ignace last fall with a 35' A plus toad. Total length 55'. No problem at all with length or clearance. It was a very nice trip.
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Rt. 2 is a great alternative to the interstates.

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