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Old 05-16-2005, 12:08 PM   #1
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Would appreciate hearing from motorhome operators who have driven hwy 12 from Torrey to Panquich in SW Utah. Problems, precautions, etc. Am driving 37' with 4 down tow.
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Would appreciate hearing from motorhome operators who have driven hwy 12 from Torrey to Panquich in SW Utah. Problems, precautions, etc. Am driving 37' with 4 down tow.
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Doug:

I'm not a MH guy, but we've done that stretch 3 times now (and will again next month) with our 37' Weekend Warrior, and if it wasn't for the F250 PSD, I'd think twice. But there are some pretty good hills to climb (quite a few 8'ers and I believe a 10 or 12), but if you do it slow and take your time, you'll be safe and on one of the most prettiest places on earth.

You'll also get more info on this thread Utah 12

Have fun!

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